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COP27 Aims for Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation

At this stage, it looks like a great point for discussion at the Conference as the climate diplomats from the developing world express hope of some forward movement and justice to the ‘Loss & Damage’ agenda. But the wealthy economies are apparently covering their backs through the recession and Eurasian war by pumping in more money into buying more dangerous weapon systems. So, the concern is that will there be again a tepid response to a meaningful financial commitment.

G20 Focus on Energy Transformation: Natural Gas Pathway to A Greener Economy

With the successful implementation of more LNG Terminals and pipelines, India is working towards delivering natural gas to every corner of India, making it available to a variety of domestic industries. In doing so, we are ensuring that a cleaner and more economically viable energy source can support our country’s energy needs.

Pink Tax-Rising Gender Disparity

In history, the color pink was commonly worn by men and the ornamentation of masculine attire with embroidered flowers was not unusual as a result color pink didn’t always symbolize femininity. Pink wasn’t a ‘girly’ color until World War- II (Stamberg, 2014).

US Hit the Debt Ceiling: Rising Alarm to Budget Deficit

The US hit the debt ceiling of $31.4 trillion on January 19 and as early as June 1, the US government may run out of money to pay its bills if Congress does not raise or suspend the debt ceiling. US treasury secretary Janet Yellen reaffirmed that defaulting on the US debt obligation would be a “catastrophe” and would put into question Washington’s “global economic leadership”. The debt ceiling refers to the maximum amount of money the government can borrow to meet its financial obligations.