Among the world’s major economies, India seems the most serious about doing its bit to contain climate change. So suggests a report released by Climate Transparency, a global non-government organization. Its Brown To Green Report 2019 has reportedly noted that ours is the only country among G20 nations that is close to its “pathway” chalked out towards ensuring the world’s mean temperature rises no further than 1.5° Celsius, a goal set by the Paris Agreement against global warming.
That’s a remarkable achievement. Remember, G20 countries together represent more than four-fifths of the world’s gross domestic product, so this group of 20 probably accounts for an overwhelming bulk of all carbon emissions. Read More
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