In the next three decades, more than 200 million people may migrate due to climate change. In such a situation, new hotspots of migrants can be created in different parts of the world.
According to the latest report of the World Bank, climate change is proving to be a big challenge for countries around the world. It has been feared in the report that due to climate change in the next three decades, more than 200 million people may migrate. That is, they can be exiled from their native place. In such a situation, new hotspots of migrants can be created in different parts of the world.
India is trying its level best to deal with global challenges like Climate Change. The Government of India has made its agenda clear regarding this. Union Environment Minister Bhupendra Yadav told about this in detail on Monday. He clarified that climate change is the biggest global challenge and India is committed to tackle it. Let us tell you that in April last, Prime Minister Modi and US President Joe Biden launched the India-US Climate and Clean Energy Agenda 2030 Partnership at the Summit on Environment.
Partnership between India and America
Launching the Climate Action and Financial Mobilization Dialogue (CAFMD) under the Indo-US Environment Clean Energy Agenda 2030, the Union Environment Minister said that India is actively working towards combating climate change and reducing carbon emissions. . The US President’s Special Envoy for Environment John F. Kerry and Environment Minister Yadav formally began the dialogue at an event in Delhi.
Yadav said that the partnership between India and America will strengthen efforts towards preventing environmental damage. Yadav said, “This dialogue under the Agenda-2030 Partnership, starting today, will provide an opportunity to both countries to enhance cooperation on climate change while highlighting the financing aspects.” The minister said that India is already a global clean. The energy sector is an attractive destination for investment.
America admits India’s leadership is necessary
John F. Kerry, the US President’s special envoy, who arrived in Delhi on Sunday for the dialogue program, said, “India’s leadership is essential for our clean energy future. I look forward to taking forward climate-related discussions in New Delhi this week.”
“I am confident that this dialogue will not only strengthen India-US bilateral cooperation on the environment, but will also help to demonstrate how the world is inclusive and resilient, taking into account national circumstances and sustainable development priorities,” the environment minister said. Can take rapid steps with economic development.
Investment in the changing sector of energy is necessary
Calling for immediate action to tackle climate change, Kerry said early action is needed to avoid more disastrous consequences. “Floods, forest fires, record-breaking rains are happening everywhere and to maintain the 1.5 degree limit on warming temperatures and avoid more disastrous consequences, we must do more,” he said. ‘
“India and the US are natural partners with shared values and our agenda covers all key aspects of our strategic priorities, including defence, security, energy, technology, education and health care,” the environment minister said.
Kerry said this is a good time to invest in the changing energy sector. During the event, Kerry lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi for setting an ambitious target of achieving 450 GW of renewable energy by 2030.
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