News updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest: 15 June, 2015

A.Coal & Energy

  1. Divorce growth from greenhouse gases to aid climate goals, says energy chief:
  2. Industrial policy a shot in the arm for Karimnagar:
  3. India committed to improve trade relation with China: VK Singh:
  4. China reaffirms 2030 climate commitments:
  5. Cutting carbon emissions could escalate hunger: Study:
  6. Climate Change – The Real Deal:
  7. Preview: Storm on climate change awaits pope’s environment letter | Reuters:
  8. Competitions on renewable energy:
  9. Coal India now sixth-largest mining company in world: PwC:
  10. Climate change conference in Paris later this year is of global importance:

  1. Myanmar okays $264.5-mn investment in new Asian bank:
  2. ‘NITI Aayog reduced to National Confusion Commission’:
  3. World Bank Team Inspects Water Works:
  4. Complaints raise concern about Vizhinjam project:
  5. Quake pushed 1 million Nepalis below poverty line: Report:
  6. JICA drawing up plan for Chennai-Bengaluru corridor: Govt:
  7. Finance Minister Jaitley’s 10-day visit to the US:

C.Land, Water and Forest

  1. Raising Narmada dam height could lead to calamity bigger than Nepal temblor: Committee:
  2. Govt will consider joint panel’s views on land bill, Sadananda Gowda says:
  3. India’s economy in bad shape under Modi government, alleges Anand Sharma:
  4. Tribals’ livelihood hit as their habitat declared reserved forest:
  5. Rahul to raise water, land, forest issues in Chhattisgarh:
  6. Bhushan and Yadav led Swaraj Abhiyaan launches farmers’ movement:
  7. Over 500,000 postcards sent to PMO to tackle basic issues:

Author: Intercultural Resources

Intercultural Resources is a forum for research and political intervention on issues related to the impacts and alternatives to destructive development. Our effort draws upon the social, cultural, material and intellectual resources that have been generated in the course of dialogues between people of different cultures on questions of social justice, development and self-rule. We are of the view that dialogue can sustain plurality and open possibilities for recovery of the ground lost on account of inter-cultural alienation, which is manifest in a variety of forms of violence that we encounter everyday at different levels of social life. Intercultural Resources is based in Delhi, India. Email:

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