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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest: 30 November, 2015

A.Coal & Energy

  1. Coal mine bid thrown out in big win for Hunter Valley horse studs:
  2. PH activists slam govt push for coal:
  3. Peabody Energy to sell New Mexico and Colorado coal mines for $358m The Spoked Blog
  4. Coal auction: Government to meet potential bidders this week :
  5. How finance ministers could fall in love with carbon pricing:
  6. BJP kowtowing to diktats of international finance capital, alleges Left :
  7. Commonwealth sets up US$1 billion green finance facility:
  8. Climate finance fundamentals 1: the principles and criteria of public climate finance:
  9. Japan’s SoftBank to set up solar project at Bhadrawati:
  10. Working on policy to provide electricity in hamlets: Power Minister Piyush Goyal:
  11. Clean coal unlikely in Australia, says Hunt:
  12. Letter: It’s time to move state from coal toward solar:
  13. Transporting coal via waterways can save Rs 10,000 crore annually: Nitin Gadkari :
  14. Paris climate talks: Through the smog, coal-hungry India sees ‘carbon imperialism’ in the West:
  16. Climate talks start Monday: Paris hosts world for the earth – See more at:
  17. India pledges $2.5 million aid for small Commonwealth nations to combat climate change:
  18. Commonwealth wants ‘ambitious’, legally-binding climate talks in Paris:
  19. India: Wants climate finance window open for developing countries:
  20. Canada delays decision on nuclear waste storage project:
  21. Villages pass resolution against Jaitapur project:


  1. ADB says PH faces deadlier typhoons:
  2. PM to satisfy smaller provinces on CPEC:
  3. Plan to raise spend by 285% will transform railways: Morgan Stanley:
  4. Zambia launches construction of China-aided hydro-power project:
  5. What India Can Learn From UK’s PFI Experience:
  6. IFC, OPIC finance Cap des Biches power plant to boost energy supply in Senegal:
  7. Brics bank may give first loans to India, China in their currencies:
  8. Indonesia Proposes 3 Candidates for AIIB Directors Board:
  9. Indonesia seeks first loan from AIIB:

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