Time For Talking Is Over, Need To Act Now: Modi At UN Climate Change Summit

23 Sep 2019 09:49 PM

Time For Talking Is Over, Need To Act Now: Modi At UN Climate Change Summit

Updated 23 Sep 2019 09:49 PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday gave a clarion call for a "global people's movement" to bring about a behavioral change to deal with climate change as he made a path-breaking pledge to more than double India's non-fossil fuel target to 400 gigawatts. In his Independence Day speech, Modi had announced that India will produce 175 GW of non-fossil fuel as part of its commitment to the Paris Climate agreement.

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