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PM Modi Commends India’s Leadership in Climate Change Battle

 During his address on the 77th Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi proudly declared that India has exceeded its green targets well ahead of schedule, setting an example for the global fight against climate change. He highlighted India’s innovative initiatives, including the “Life Mission,” which seeks to curtail reckless resource consumption. Notably, India has formed influential international alliances such as the International Solar Alliance (ISA), Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure (CDRI), and International Big Cat Alliance.

Amid the worldwide struggle with climate change, PM Modi underscored India’s proactive approach in addressing the issue. He announced that India accomplished its renewable energy goal a remarkable nine years before the intended timeline. Furthermore, the “One Sun, One World, One Grid” vision, introduced at the ISA assembly in 2018, has gained global traction, aiming to unite 140 nations through a shared solar power transmission network.

Looking forward, India’s ambition of generating 500 gigawatts of clean energy by 2030, incorporating hydro and nuclear sources, stands as a testament to its dedication. The nation’s solar energy capacity has soared by 26-fold in the last nine years, reaching 70 GW by June 2023. ISA, initiated by PM Modi and former French President Francois Hollande in 2015, fosters cooperation among solar-abundant countries for mutual solar energy utilization.

Additionally, the CDRI initiative, focusing on bolstering infrastructure resilience against natural and human-induced disasters, attracts governments, experts, and organizations. The International Big Cat Alliance, targeting the safeguarding of seven major big cat species, has global conservation at its core – encompassing tigers, lions, leopards, snow leopards, pumas, jaguars, and cheetahs.

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