Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave a fundamental mantra for rapid progress to the world at the G20 Summit. He said the world can progress rapidly only by providing detailed technical cooperation and financial support to developing countries.
G20 meeting informed about India's major steps on climate change
He called on all countries to fight climate change not behind closed doors but in an integrated, comprehensive, and holistic manner. Along with making a big announcement, PM Modi also set a target to make 26 million hectares of barren land fertile again for India by 2030.
Prime Minister Modi addressed the event organized on the second day of the G20 conference on the theme of 'Protection of the planet: Circular carbon economy approach'. He said, India is not only following the Paris Agreement but is showing more work than that. He said, for the prosperity of humanity, every person has to prosper.
Instead of seeing labor as the sole factor of production, attention should be paid to the human dignity of every worker. This approach will provide the best guarantee for the security of the home. The G20 summit is being held in a virtual manner, this time under the chairmanship of Saudi Arabia.
Sharing the stake through video conferencing, PM Modi said, "At the time of Kovid-19 (Coronavirus), our focus is on protecting the citizens and the economy from the epidemic, but it is equally important to focus on the fight against climate change. PM Modi said that in this hour of crisis, there is a golden opportunity for us to make new discoveries and invent new things with the help of science. India has worked in many areas related to climate change.
Modi referred to the International Solar Alliance (ISA) towards climate change and described it as the fastest-growing international organization with 88 members. He said that with plans to raise billions of dollars, train thousands of stakeholders and promote research and development in renewable energy, ISA is contributing to reducing the carbon footprint.
Indian efforts against climate change counted
Reduced carbon dioxide emissions by 38 million tons annually by popularizing LED light
The forest area in the country is continuously increasing, due to which the population of lions and cheetahs is also increasing.
Through the Ujjwala scheme, more than 8 crore houses have been given the benefit of smoke-free kitchens.
Ujjwala scheme is the largest clean energy campaign in the world so far
Efforts are underway to completely eliminate the use of single-use plastic
Next-generation infrastructures like metro network, waterways are being continuously prepared
India will achieve its target of 175 GW of renewable energy before 2022
The major target of renewable energy to 450 GW by 2030 has been set