Prime Minister Narendra Modi stressed that the Indian industry supports India’s commitment to “clean, green and sustainable energy” during his speech at the WEF Davos Agenda 202022.
The Indian prime Minister assured that the Indian government would work with him to achieve the net zero target by 2070.
India’s prime minister stated that “This period will also include green, it would also be clean, it would also be sustainable, and it will also prove reliable.”
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The key features of PM Modi’s speech:
PM Modi spoke out against the “today’s take-make, use, dispose economy” and called for a shift towards a circular economy.
PM Modi stated that “Lifestyle for Environment” is a useful tool for combating climate challenges.
India’s prime minister emphasised that the world should launch a peoples movement with “3 Ps” – “Pro Planet People”.
PM Modi also attacked “throwaway culture” and “consumerism”, claiming that it has made the “climate challenge more serious.”
At COP26 in Glasgow last year, PM Modi had presented the basic foundation for “One World” concept explaining that the “word is- “LIFE…L, I, F, E, which means Lifestyle For Environment.” Prime Minister of India, Shri Modi, had asked world leaders to embrace Lifestyle For Environment(LIFE) as a campaign.
Prime Minister Modi had stated that there should be “mindful, deliberate utilisation” instead of “mindless and destructive consumption”. PM Modi has also committed that India will reduce its carbon emissions by 1 billion tonnes by 2030.
(With inputs from Agencies