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India India spreads the idea of ​​setting a carbon neutralize

00:55  28 october  2021
00:55  28 october  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

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climate-on India: India spreads the idea of ​​setting a target of carbon neutralize

L'INDE ÉCARTE L'IDÉE DE SE FIXER UN OBJECTIF DE NEUTRALITÉ CARBONE © Reuters / Francis Mascarenhas India discards The idea of ​​setting a target of neutral carbon

New Delhi (Reuters) - India has rejected calls on Wednesday calls for an objective of carbon neutrality, stating that it was more important for the international community to present A roadmap to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and avoid a dangerous rise in temperatures.

Third largest greenhouse gas transmitter behind the United States and China, India faces pressures to present an environmental project to carbon neutrality at Glasgow COP26.

But the Indian secretary to the environment, R.P. Gupta, said that announce an objective of carbon neutrality was not a solution to the climate crisis.

"What matters is the amount of carbon you are going to reject into the atmosphere before reaching neutrality," he said in front of journalists.

Several countries, including the United States and Great Britain, aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. China and Saudi Arabia have announced in 2060.

(Reporting Sanjeev Miglani; French version Jean Terzian)

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