Official statements on Sunday stated that Japan had expressed keen interest in collaborating with Haryana’s government on climate change and other environmental issues.
Yuki Yoshida (Secretary, Environment, Embassy Japan) visited Aravalli mountains in Bhondsi, Gurgaon, to explore the potential for setting up a center to excel in climate change, waste management and biodiversity conservation.
Advisor to Haryana chief Minister for Foreign Cooperation Department Pawan Chaudhary, and Managing Director and former country representative, International Union for Conservation of Nature, Dr Vivek Saxena, discussed potential areas of collaboration and partnership, it further stated.
According to the Haryana government statement, Ashwin, a senior official from the Climate Change Division of German Technical Cooperation (an international cooperation agency), assured cooperation for technical as well as financial assistance from Germany on issues related to the environment.
Minal Pahuja (head of IUCN India’s Business and Biodiversity Programme and Leaders for Nature Programme), also expressed her desire for a partner in solving sustainable problems, it said.
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