India should secure its development at the earliest and remain committed to the goals of climate change, former Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) chairman Anil Kakodkar said today.
Terming management of climate change a globally shared responsibility, he said it could succeed only if development aspirations of countries remain “guaranteed”.
“India should secure her development as early as possible while remaining responsible on the climate front and not allow development to slow down while pursuing climate-related actions,” Kakodkar said.
The former AEC chairman was speaking at the release of policy think-tank CEEW’s report on sustainable development and India’s climate policy. Read More
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