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World should take climate action this decade, not far-fetched goals: India – Naveen Bharat

New Delhi: Amid relentless pitches for mid-century ‘net zero’ emissions targets from developed nations such as the US, UK and EU countries, India on Friday took ambitious actions in this decade instead of setting distant targets for 2050. underlined the need.
“The world needs rapid, sustained and deep emissions reductions rather than far-reaching goals this decade… let us be together Paris With ambitious actions in this decade, temperature targets aligned within reach,” said Environment Minister Bhupendra Yadav Explaining the country’s position at the Major Economy Forum (MEF) on Energy and Climate.
The Forum was literally convened by the US President Joe Biden To advance efforts to combat the global climate crisis United Nations General Assembly In which world leaders including the Prime Minister will be seen Narendra ModiHave your say on this issue.
Reminding rich countries of their unfulfilled commitments, Yadav said, “Climate justice requires that the promises of climate finance and low-cost technology transfer from developed countries to developing countries be fulfilled without further delay.”
emphasizing that “development imperatives” are as important as competition Climate change, the minister said, “Combating climate change is a shared global challenge. Our response should be based on the fundamental principles of commonality and common but differentiated responsibilities and respective capabilities.”
Yadav also listed out all the programs and measures that are being taken by India to meet the commitments under its Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) – Climate Action – during his speech. Paris Agreement.
Referring to the country’s ambitious target of 450 GW of renewable energy, the Minister said, “The clean energy transition is the key to the solution to the climate challenge, and India is at the forefront of global efforts through a very ambitious energy transition towards renewable energy.” made up.” by 2030.
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