Press Release of Media Briefing on CoP21

Press Release on ‘Equity and Ambition – Indian civil society’s expectations of Paris Climate Summit. The press conference was held at Indian Women’s Press Corps by Climate Action Network South […]


India commits to reducing 33-35% greenhouse gas emission intensity

[New Delhi, 2 October 2015]: With their national climate action commitment, lodged today, the Indian government has committed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions intensity – the ratio between gross emissions […]


CANSA Comments on COP 19 Outcome

The urgency of climate change, demonstrated by events such as Typhoon Hiyan, did not get addressed by the Warsaw climate talks sufficiently which failed to rise to the occasion to […]


CANSA Commends Bangladesh Climate Targets

[Dhaka] September 29, 2015: CANSA (Climate Action Network South Asia), a network of over 120 civil society organisations in South Asia, commended Bangladesh government for being the first country in South […]


Strong, Fair Indian Climate Action Can Save Lives, Cash and Create Jobs: New Reports

[New Delhi, India] Tuesday September 22, 2015 – India stands to reap more green jobs, slash deaths from air pollution and save money from avoided fuel imports should the country […]


Mainstreaming Sri Lanka’s Climate Change Adaptation Needs

[Colombo, Sri Lanka] Tuesday September 22, 2015  – National Steering Committee of Climate Action Network South Asia, lead by Janathakshan in partnership with CARE Sri Lanka and the Southern Voices […]


India’s Readiness For Adaptation – The Focus Must Be On Empowering The Poorest Of Poor: CANSA

July 25, 2015, New Delhi :  India needs to follow a development path that avoids both unnecessary greenhouse gas emissions and ensures that it is on track to achieve sustainable […]


South Asian Nations Must Collaborate To Ensure Climate Change Goals Converge With Sustainable Development Goals: CANSA

[Colombo] February 24, 2015, : Climate Action Network South Asia (CANSA) a coalition of 125 civil society organisations called upon the heads of governments of developing countries to collaborate and […]


South Asian nations must collaborate to ensure climate change goals converge with Sustainable development goals: CANSA

[Colombo] February 24, 2015, : Climate Action Network South Asia (CANSA) a coalition of 125 civil society organisations called upon the heads of governments of developing countries to collaborate and […]


Governments fail Lima Test: No progress on loss and damage, adaptation and finance at climate talks

[Dhaka/New Delhi] December 16, 2014: Climate Action Network South Asia (CANSA) a coalition of over 120 civil society organisations have expressed their disappointment and dissatisfaction on the lack of progress […]


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