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Renewable energy key part of India’s growth programmes: Javadekar

India has only 3 per cent contribution in the historical emissions and that the US, Europe and other regions have contributed more to harmful emissions over the last 150 years, the Minister said.

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Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar on Sunday said India is increasingly leveraging renewable energy to fuel its growing power consumption as it scales programmes like Aatmanirbhar Bharat. India has only 3 per cent contribution in the historical emissions and that the US, Europe and other regions have contributed more to harmful emissions over the last 150 years, the Minister said at Amazon Smbhav event.
“Though we are not part of the problem, we want to be part of the solution. Even today’s current emissions of the world, we are only 7 per cent of the world emissions…our programmes for Aatmanirbhar Bharat, for development growth are based on sustainability, energy transition, industrial transition, building common resilient infrastructure, disaster resilient infrastructure,” he said.
He added that India has taken the lead in not only discussions about climate change but also to show the world how these changes can be implemented.

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