India commits to 35% cut in emission rate by 2030
BERLIN: India on Thursday announced its much awaited post-2020 ‘climate action plan’ promising to reduce emission intensity by 33-35% by 2030 over the 2005 levels, boost clean energy in electricity generation to 40% while adding carbon sinks — tree and forest cover to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere — amounting to 2.5-3 billion tonnes of CO2.
This is not enough. This is made of some lofty and unrealistic objectives on Renewable energy. This government is lying to world community
THAT WILL BE REMARKABLE….
Abjinder Pal Singh
We have made our intentions clear..what about the US and China the other primary polluters……..?????
An ambitious target and at the same time seeking developed nations support for technology and finance this easily achievable note and may fall short of peak year commitments and shift to renewables for energy !
Pollution levels around the whole world are fast reaching the tipping point of no-return. For future generations, we need to act now ..
An ambitious plan.
Reduce unnecessary consumption whether it be food clothing or even housing use only what is needed – be frugal and save as much as possible- That is not being miserly but trying to help the world of its carbon emissions.
Why not 35 percent more help for the poor but as usual outside countries intimidate!..there is no connection between humans and a volatile universe!
Pilla Nageshwara Rao
A very good step on the part of the govt.India also participant in averting global warning.Its commitment to restrain emission and improving the the greenery to improve aeration limits is one of them