December 8, 2021

Paris Agreement, Climate Ambition Summit 2020: PM Narendra Modi India Is On Track To Achieve Targets, Exceed Them Beyond Expectations – Global Climate Conference: Prime Minister Modi said – India is on track to achieve more than target


News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Updated Sat, 12 Dec 2020 09:30 PM IST

Prime Minister Narendra Modi
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the climate ambitious summit held on Saturday on the Paris Agreement. During this time he said that India is not only on the way to achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement, but is taking them further than expected.

Prime Minister Modi drew his views on the future of the Global Climate Conference organized by the United Nations to mark the completion of five years of the Paris Agreement. He said that as we continue to elevate our vision even more, we should not look at our past as well. We must not only change our ambitions, but also review our achievements in the goals already set.

PM Modi also said that India is not only moving towards achieving the goals of its Paris Agreement, but is moving towards meeting its expectations far beyond this.

India reduces emissions
Prime Minister Modi said that we have reduced our emission speed by 21 percent compared to the year 2005. Our solar power capacity was 2.63 GW in 2014, which has increased to 36 GW by 2020. Our renewable energy capacity is fourth in the world. He hoped that this will increase to 175 GHz before 2022.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the climate ambitious summit held on Saturday on the Paris Agreement. During this time he said that India is not only on the way to achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement, but is taking them further than expected.

Prime Minister Modi drew his views on the future of the Global Climate Conference organized by the United Nations to mark the completion of five years of the Paris Agreement. He said that as we continue to elevate our vision even more, we should not look at our past as well. We must not only change our ambitions, but also review our achievements in the goals already set.

PM Modi also said that India is not only moving towards achieving the goals of its Paris Agreement, but is moving towards meeting its expectations far beyond this.

India reduces emissions
Prime Minister Modi said that we have reduced our emission speed by 21 percent compared to the year 2005. Our solar power capacity was 2.63 GW in 2014, which has increased to 36 GW by 2020. Our renewable energy capacity is fourth in the world. He hoped that this will increase to 175 GHz before 2022.




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