SunstarTVBureau: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the global climate summit on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the landmark Paris Climate Agreement, informed by Prakash Javadekar, Union Minister of Environment, on Friday.
Javedekar, stated, “Tomorrow, the Paris Climate Agreement will complete five years. The United Kingdom has called for a global climate summit and Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also be taking part in the meeting.”
According to Javedekar, climate change is not an overnight phenomenon and it has taken shape in the last 100 years.
As the Union Minister stated, “Historically, the US has 25 percent of all emissions, Europe has 22 per cent of emission whereas China has 13 per cent and India has only 3 per cent. We are in no way responsible for this climate change but being a responsible nation, we have joined hands in fixing the problem.”
Prime Minister also mentioned in this crucial pandemic situation, while the world is fighting the Covid-19, it is equally important to fight climate change in an integrated, comprehensive and holistic way.