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PM Modi introduces the ‘P3 movement’ for climate change commitments at Davos

PM Modi introduces the ‘P3 movement’ for climate change commitments at Davos

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Prime Minister Introduced the “P3” (Pro-Planet Peoples) movement, which underlines India’s. Commitments at the World Economic Forum’s (WEF), Davos Agenda 2022

He pointed out the challenges our lifestyle poses to the climate.

“Throwaway” culture and consumerism have only exacerbated the climate crisis. It is imperative to rapidly move from today’s ‘take-make-use-dispose’ economy to a circular economy”, he stressed.

“Today’s “take-make-use-dispose”, which in this economy, it is very important to rapidly move it towards a circular economy. This is the spirit that I discussed at COP26. LIFE – i.e. Lifestyle for Environment, the vision for a resilient and sustainable lifestyle that will help to deal with Climate Crisis and other unpredicted challenges. It is crucial that Mission LIFE becomes a global mass movement. We can launch a campaign for public participation like LIFE, P-3 and, when I say P-3 also make a huge basis for “Pro Planet People”, stated PM Modi.

The Prime Minister emphasized that It is making policies, taking decisions concerning the future as well as the present.

“In this period Has set the goals for high growth, saturation of welfare and well-being. This period of high growth will be green, sustainable, and reliable. In keeping with our tradition of making big promises and living up to them for global good, we have also set the target of net zero by 2070,” stated PM Modi.

PM Modi reiterated India’s commitment to climate change. He stated that with 17 percent of the global population, Global carbon emissions contribute only 5% to the total, while the commitment to combat the climate change is 100%.

“Initiatives such as the International Solar Alliance or Coalition for Disaster-Resilient Infrastructure for Climate Adaptation (CDRI) are examples of this. The result of all the work done over the years is that 40% of our energy comes from non-fossil resources. We have already achieved what India promised in Paris nine years ago,” stated the PM.

PM Modi declared that India has set a target to achieve net-zero carbon emissions in 2070 at COP 26 in Glasgow.

India also updated its Intended Nationally Determined Contributions, (INDCs), that must be met by 2030.

It pledged to increase the country’s installed renewable power to 500 GW and meet half of its energy needs from nonfossil fuel sources.

India made similar bold announcements at the COP 21 in Paris and aimed to reduce economic emissions intensity by 33-35% from 2005 levels by 2030.

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The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy announced in August that 100 GW of renewable energy capacity had been installed.

This is a significant milestone, but India is still on track to achieve only two-thirds its renewable target of 175GW installation by 2022.

The World Economic Forum’s Davos Agenda Virtual Summit hosted world heads and heads of important institutions around the globe to discuss climate action and pandemic recovery as well as economic and social resilience.

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