India and Germany on Wednesday agreed to provide financial support to climate conservation projects aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions, promoting renewable energies and sustainable forest management in India.
Addressing the third Indo-German Environment Forum in New Delhi, German Federal Minister for Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Svenja Schulze said, “India is an important partner in climate policy. We appreciate India’s ambitious climate goals and we support India in reaching them.
Minister Vardhan and I have agreed on additional financial support for further climate projects that help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, to promote renewable energies and sustainable forest management in India.” Read More
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