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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, water and forest: 23 June, 2015

A.Coal & Energy

  1. Draft emission rules allow new coal plants to pollute:
  2. KSEB to Go Ahead with Athirapally Project:
  3. NTPC undertaking first-of-its-kind restructuring:
  4. Vandana Gombar: Norway’s coal exit creates ripples:
  5. PSPCL to import 6 lakh tonnes of coal from South Africa:
  6. Centre urges AP, Telangana to speed up mines auction:
  7. India, EEU set up group for FTA:
  8. Govt transfers environment clearances of 19 coal blocks so far:
  9. FICCI to host meeting on theme ‘Commercial Mining of Coal: The Enablers’:
  10. Indianised solutions key to fight climate change: Minister:
  11. Climate change threatens 50 years of progress in global health, study says:
  12. Our fossil fuel addiction harms us as well as the planet:
  13. GSU, CEPARD to spearhead ‘One tree, a thousand lives’ for saving forests:
  14. Action needed now to slow climate change: White House:


  1. BRICS set to create new financial architecture:
  2. Empowering local bodies is important:
  3. Smart cities: govt looking at user charges to raise resources:
  4. Harnessing sun, wind power:
  5. Critics of World Bank projects intimidated: report:
  6. Sidbi sets up Rs 1k cr fund for MSMEs:
  7. Why we should not trust World Bank forecasts:
  8. IFC to invest Rs 77 crore in Punjab-based healthcare chain Ivy Health:
  9. Microfin companies will soon have up to Rs 450 crore more to lend:

C.Land Water & Forest

  1. 3 Sangh outfits oppose land bill, say clauses won’t help farmers:

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