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Lethargic progress seen in Centre's clean energy ambition, shows data

None of the parties discussed environmental issues in any detail in their manifestos in the five states that went to polls this year

Renewable Energy, Solar Energy
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Ishaan Gera New Delhi
In January, the Amche Mollem campaign in Goa released a green manifesto. Amche Mollem is a citizens’ movement that resists developmental projects in the state. Although the manifesto had received support from all contesting parties in the last election, the issue of clean energy was not highlighted in detail in any of the parties’ manifestos.

But this indifference to clean energy is not a Goa-specific problem. None of the parties discussed environmental issues in any detail in their manifestos in any of the five states that went to polls this year — Uttar Pradesh, Goa, Punjab, Uttarakhand and Manipur. Some

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First Published: Mar 31 2022 | 6:11 AM IST

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