Bending India's emissions curve

To build a green and competitive India, we have to strive for net zero

Fossil fuel, carbon emissions

Achieving net zero by 2070 requires India to transition to a fundamentally different development model during this decade. Scientific studies indicate that today’s development model results in greenhouse gas emissions
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First Published: Jan 26 2022 | 11:39 PM IST

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