Combating climate change

The need of the hour is to act upon the agreement that India committed, not chest thumping? How can you reduce the emission intensity by 30 to 35% over 2005 levels by 2030, when your primary source of energy will depend on coal for next 20-23 years? The contradictory Indian policies actually expose the hypocrisy.

“The fallout of climate change in India include the monsoon nearly eluding the southern states while flooding Maharashtra, Gujarat, and Rajasthan. The country is fighting periodic occurrence of floods and droughts at the same time.”

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