Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra on Tuesday said India is one of the few countries that is moving on track to meet the Paris commitments on fighting climate change.
Mahindra added that he has taken a pledge on behalf of all employees of his group that the entire conglomerate and all its 100 companies will be carbon neutral 10 years before the agreed deadline for the world in the Paris agreement.
Speaking here at a plenary session on ‘Safeguarding our Planet’ during the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF), he said “India, unlike many other countries, including in the West, is on track to meet the Paris commitments.
India is not backing down.” Mahindra said he has not come across anyone in India who is not concerned about climate change. “It is about staying alive, after all,” he said. Read More
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