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Dec 18, 2019

Developed nations should cut carbon emissions more to help fight climate change: Javadekar

Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar says, the developed nations should cut carbon emissions more to help fight climate change and provide the funds as promised during the meet in Copenhagen.

Addressing Sustainability Summit organised by Panchjanya in New Delhi today, Mr Javadekar said, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has set an ambitious target of generating four hundred and fifty gigawatts of energy through renewable sources.

He said, climate change has begun to result in rising temperatures, droughts and unseasonal rain and flooding, causing damage to lives and properties in different countries.
The Minister also said that the problem of stubble burning will be completely resolved in the next two to three years. He added that with the help of technology, new products are being manufactured from stubble and this will increase.

Mr Javadekar said, the government is taking action against industries which do not follow the rules to curb air and water pollution.

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