PM Modi announces India-U.S. climate partnership

PM Modi announces India-U.S. climate partnership

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday announced the India-US climate and clean energy partnership to help mobilise investments, and enable green collaborations. “As a climate-responsible developing country, India welcomes partners to create templates of sustainable development in India. These can also help other developing countries, who need affordable access to green finance and clean technologies,” PM Modi said at the virtual Leaders’ Summit on Climate hosted by the United States.

“That is why President Biden and I are launching the ‘India-US climate and clean energy Agenda 2030 partnership’. Together, we will help mobilise investments, demonstrate clean technologies, and enable green collaborations,” he added.

Terming the threat of climate change as a “lived reality” for millions of people in the world, PM Modi said India’s lifestyle is rooted in sustainable traditional practices and despite the county’s development challenges, it has taken many bold steps on clean energy.

“Our ambitious renewable energy target of 450 Gigawatts by 2030 shows our commitment. Despite our development challenges, we have taken many bold steps on clean energy, energy efficiency, afforestation and bio-diversity,” PM Modi said. “Humanity is battling a global pandemic right now and this event is a timely reminder that grave threat of Climate Change hasn’t disappeared. It is a lived reality for millions around the world,” he added.

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