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Not only war, the world is watching the path of India and PM Modi to deal with the climate crisis

The eyes and hopes of the world are fixed on India, not only for the war but also for finding a solution to the climate crisis. The world is sure that every decision of India is decisive in dealing with war and climate crises. But you must be thinking why it is like this… then let us tell you that India and PM Modi are the trusts of countries like America.

New Delhi: The eyes and hopes of the world are fixed on India, not only for the war but also for finding a solution to the climate crisis. The world is sure that every decision of India is decisive in dealing with war and climate crises. But you must be thinking why it is so..... then let us tell you that India and PM Modi are the trusts of countries like America. The charismatic leadership of PM Modi is being liked by the whole world. This is the reason why the world's hopes are rising on India.


Resolving to work with India and other countries to achieve ambitious climate change targets, US Assistant Secretary of State Donald Lu has said that India has partially driven the world's success in tackling the climate crisis. depend on the decisions taken. He said the United States is committed to supporting this effort through technology and financial assistance. “I would say that none of the current issues is more important than the climate crisis. But the world's success in confronting the climate crisis will depend partly on the decisions taken by India.


Mentioned the ambitious goal of PM Modi

Referring to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ambitious target on energy, he said, "We greatly respect the Prime Minister's (Narendra Modi) resolve to create 500 GW of non-fossil fuel capacity in India by 2030." "Our teams are working together on this challenge every day, and I am confident that working together, not only in the US and India, but India and the rest of the world, will truly lead us to these ambitious goals." In response, Donald Lu said that the future of the planet depends to some extent on India's ability to lead in the field of green energy.


He said, “I like some of the things that India's leading industrialists are saying today. That is, India will not only produce enough green energy for itself, but India wants to become the largest green energy exporter to the world.” India and the US have a strong bilateral partnership in the energy sector. In April 2021, the US and India launched the "US-India Climate and Clean Energy Agenda 2030 Partnership".

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