Minister of Environment, Prakash Javadekar backed India's stand on Climate change

Prakash Javadekar said that India did not remain silent in Paris Climate Summit 2015, instead India chose to lead from the front

The global society is developing at a fast pace about which the whole humanity is proud of, for a record do not forget that at the same time several things are also changing which receives only minimal attention. These changes are now serious concerns of the world. 

The melting glaciers, the lashing hurricanes, and the completely vanishing animal species if we take a close look at the severity it will be a shock to the entire world.

 Taking about the deepening troubles of the climatic change the world’s developed nations just remained in the back seats viewing very thing happening but doing nothing.

Commenting on the same Prakash Javadekar in Lok Sabha blamed the developed nations for not keeping their promise to provide USD 100 billion and technology transfer collectively to developing countries like India for dealing the climate change.

“Situations arising out of climate change in the country and steps were taken by the government in regard thereto." He also added, “it is also true that the developed world is responsible for most of the climate change situation today.” 

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He stated the data to support his view and said “Over 70 percent of the greenhouse gas emission was due to the developed countries while India’s contribution is just three percent. There was over consumption by the people in the developed world.

“There are over 800 cars for every 1000 people in developed countries while in India this ratio is just 25 cars per 1000 people. India’s per capita power consumption is over 1000 units while it ranges from 10,000 units to 12,000 units in the developed world.” 

“We will not bow down to any pressure from developed countries on climate change issues. Introducing the discussion, Javadekar said “India will also work towards creating an additional carbon sink of 2.5 to 3 billion tons of carbon dioxide equivalent through additional forest and tree cover by 2030.

This all hits towards putting pressure on the international societies on the climatic change. 

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