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India Top Performer In Paris Agreement

Prakash Javadekar themes | | Climate change Paris Climate Agreement “India is in talks. We are on track to deliver on the promises of Paris. India has been recognized as the best interpreter of the Paris Agreement signed in 2015,” he said.¬†Our target to reduce emissions intensity is 35% and we have already reached 21%. We are very sure to reach the rest. “India is in talks. We are on track to deliver on the promises of Paris. India has been recognized as the best interpreter of the Paris Agreement signed in 2015,” he said. The minister said the country`s forest cover has increased by 13,000 square kilometers in the last five years. According to the index, no country is doing enough to meet the goals of the 2015 Paris Agreement.

Six G20 countries were among the worst performers. The United States was the worst performers with a rank of 61. India is a leader in the fight against climate change and is on track to meet the targets set under the Paris Agreement, EU Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar said on Friday. India is one of only two G20 countries to be considered “high” interpreters, the other being the United Kingdom. India was ranked ninth on the list, while Britain came in seventh. India is a leader in the fight against climate change and is on track to meet the targets set under the Paris Agreement, EU Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar said on Friday. Javadekar briefed the media on the discussions that took place last week in Madrid at the UN climate change conference, COP-25, and said India wants to reduce its emissions intensity by 35% by 2030. By ratifying the Paris Agreement in 2015, 169 nations committed to reducing their greenhouse gas emissions. In a new report by the independent Germanwatch group, India has ranked an aggressive target for the use of renewable energy for 2030 as one of the best performing countries in the field of climate protection. Javadekar briefed the media on the discussions that took place last week in Madrid at the UN climate change conference, COP-25, and said India wants to reduce its emissions intensity by 35% by 2030. “Our target to reduce emissions intensity is 35% and we have already reached 21%. We are very sure to reach the rest.

Renewable energy reception and India`s targets were assessed at “low” and “medium” levels, respectively, as their compatibility was well below 2.0 degrees Celsius. The performance of climate change is therefore assessed in four categories: GHG emissions, renewable energy, energy consumption and climate policy. . . .