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In recent years, the issue of global climate change has become increasingly pertinent with its far-reaching and potentially catastrophic effects. In order to mitigate the potential damage of climate change, it is essential that governments around the world implement policies and initiatives to reduce dependence on fossil fuels and develop a renewable energy infrastructure. In India, the Government has taken a number of steps to mitigate climate change, with the aim of transitioning to a low-carbon economy.
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To begin with, the Government of India has taken a number of steps to reduce the country’s carbon footprint. In 2015, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy launched the National Solar Mission, with the aim of increasing the share of solar energy in the country’s energy mix. Under the mission, the government has set a target of 100 GW of solar energy capacity by 2022. In addition, the Ministry of Power has also set a target of 175 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2022.
The Government of India has also taken steps to promote energy efficiency. In 2015, the government launched the Ujala Scheme, under which LED bulbs are distributed to households across the country at subsidized rates. This has led to a significant reduction in energy consumption, resulting in a lower carbon footprint. In addition, the government has also implemented energy efficiency standards for various consumer appliances, such as air conditioners and refrigerators.
Making a change on the environment
Finally, the Government of India has also taken measures to conserve water resources and reduce water pollution. The Government has launched the Jal Shakti Abhiyan,
with the aim of providing safe and adequate drinking water to all citizens by 2024. The Government has also taken steps to reduce water pollution by promoting the implementation of effluent treatment plants and waste water recycling systems in various industries.
Overall, the Government of India has taken a number of steps to reduce the country’s carbon footprint and mitigate the effects of climate change. By investing in renewable energy sources, promoting energy efficiency and conservation, and taking steps to reduce water pollution, the Government has laid the foundation for a low-carbon future.