NS Tyrac K. Dosi
November 29, 2021
India is in the process of ending the 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) last week. Whiplash boy In the mass media, it was accused of being a “barely spoiler” By forcing the summit communiqué to simply force the word “gradual abolition” of coal into “gradual abolition.”It also got a bad reputation by Strict If India wants to significantly reduce emissions to avoid a “climate crisis,” $ 1 trillion in public cash by the end of the decade borne by wealthy nations. Let’s put some context on the exaggeration that marked many of the popular press when the summit was over.
Net zero by 2070
In early 2021, Indian media fluttered with speculation about the government’s plans for a net-zero goal. One report Shown 2047 – 100th anniversary of India’s independence from British colonial rule – as a possible target. India’s slow but steady diplomatic pressure as China announces its 2060 net-zero target and other large emitters such as the EU, US, Japan and South Korea have promised net-zero by 2050. I saw the ratchet. In the months leading up to the Global Climate Summit in Glasgow, we will announce our Net Zero goals.
US Climate Envoy John Kerry visited India twice in April and September 2021.Kelly’s visit Focused On raising climate change ambitions prior to COP26.he suggestion Collaboration on the 2030 Agenda for Clean and Green Technology, meeting ministers, policy makers, business and civil society leaders. In his exchange, Kelly sought to pressure India to agree on a net zero goal by 2050. September, Kelly attended The start of the US-India Climate Action and Financial Mobilization Dialogue as part of the US-India Climate and Clean Energy Agenda 2030 Partnership announced at the 2021 Climate Summit by President Biden and Prime Minister Modi. Prior to COP26, he continued to try to increase his ambitions for climate change.
COP26 President Alok Sharma visited India to discuss with provincial, industrial and civil society leaders in August 2021. When Modi visited Washington in late September 2021, the White House Joint statement Leaders from Australia, India, Japan and the United States (called “quads”) are discussing the goal of achieving global net-zero emissions by 2050.
Immediately before the start of COP26, India’s Administrator of the Environment RP Gupta was denied Call on his country to announce a net zero carbon emission target. “More important is how much carbon we put into the atmosphere before we reach net zero,” he said. Earlier at a meeting in April hosted by the International Energy Agency to discuss climate change ambitions, India’s Minister of Electricity Raj Kumar Singh Called The “Net Zero by 2050” mantra “Empty Pie” promoted by the EU and the United States. .. .. There are 800 million people who do not have access to electricity. You can’t say they have to go to Net Zero, they have the right to develop, they want to build skyscrapers, and they have a higher standard of living, you have it Cannot be stopped. ”
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