PM Modi effectively presented his stand in the G-20 Summit. Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Modi Speech In G20 Summit) on Sunday said at the virtual G-20 summit that India is not only meeting the goals of its Paris Agreement, but also moving beyond it. In his address at the G20 side event, ‘Safeguarding the Planet – The Circular Carbon Economic Approach’, he said that India has taken concrete action in many areas for a cleaner climate.
Popularize LED lights
The Prime Minister said, ‘We have popularized LED lights. It saves 38 million tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions every year. Smoke-free kitchens have been provided in more than 8 crore homes through our Ujjwala scheme. It is one of the largest clean energy initiatives globally. ‘
We are committed to climate change – PM
He said, “We should not fight climate change alone but in a holistic, comprehensive and holistic way. Inspired by our traditional ethics of living environmentally and my government’s commitment, India has adopted low carbon and climate-friendly development traditions . ” Giving information about the efforts made by his government, he outlined the campaign to eliminate single-use plastic.
Expansion of forest
PM Modi further said that our forest cover is expanding. The population of lions and tigers is increasing. Our goal is to make 260 million hectares of degraded land useful by 2030 and, we are encouraging a circular economy. ‘ The Prime Minister said, ‘India is building next generation infrastructure like metro network, waterways etc. Apart from convenience and efficiency, they will also contribute to a clean environment. ‘
Country moving towards solar system
The Prime Minister assured that India would meet its target of 175 GW of renewable energy well before the 2022 target. He said, ‘Now, we are taking a major step to achieve 450 GW by 2030’. The PM further said that our focus is equally on protecting the citizens and the economy from the epidemic, and the fight against climate change.