India and France have signed an agreement under which three cities – Nagpur, Kochi and Ahmedabad – will be provided support to reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in urban transport, a government release said. It will be a pilot project.
According to the MoU , the European Union will provide 3.5 million euro to help Indian cities reduce GHG emissions and achieve a sustainable transport policy. The MoU was signed by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs and Agence Française de Development regional director Nicolas Fornage.
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