The US President’s decision to re-join the Paris Climate Accord, Indian Prime Minister Modi's ISA initiative and Prince Charles’ Terra Carta vision all have the same goal. The world’s three greatest democracies should combine forces to lead the fight against global warming and regain four lost years under Trump, writes India Inc. Founder and CEO Manoj Ladwa.
Britain’s Prince of Wales launched his new Terra Carta as an urgent roadmap for companies to scale up their green credentials and ambitions with a call out to India and the crucial role it plays in addressing the planet’s climate crisis.
As UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson set out an ambitious new emissions cut target for 2030 ahead of COP26, he will be relying on India as one of the key partners to join forces.
Incorporating net zero targets into future economic planning could deliver jobs, short-term financial returns on investments and long-term savings when compared to traditional fiscal approaches.
Scientists from Scotland and Gujarat have secured funding to investigate vulnerable coastal wetlands in India as part of a growing number of joint projects in the field of tackling climate change.
New research from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has shown that 96 per cent of adults in India think that climate is changing, and that human activity is solely or partly responsible.
Indian prime minister shows foresight and vision to lay down an action plan towards safeguarding the planet for future generations and invites global leaders to renew their commitment towards this end.