The IPCC report on local weather change is a clarion name for the developed nations to right away lower emissions and decarbonize their economies, Union Environment Minister Bhupender Yadav mentioned on Monday.
Welcoming the sixth evaluation report (AR6) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the minister mentioned India has taken quite a few steps to deal with the issue of local weather change and is on the trail of decoupling its emissions from financial progress.
“India welcomes the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Working Group 1 contribution to the Sixth Assessment Report ”Climate Change 2021: The Physical Science” released today by the IPCC. Several Indian Scientists have participated in the preparation of this report.
“India beneath the visionary management of PM Narendra Modi ji has taken quite a few steps to deal with the worldwide drawback of local weather change and is properly on the trail of decoupling its emissions from financial progress. The IPCC report is proof of that,” Mr Yadav tweeted.
The IPCC report, prepared by over 200 authors from 65 countries and approved by 195 countries, revealed that the Indian Ocean is warming at a higher rate than other oceans, with scientists warning that India will witness increased heat waves, rainfall and flooding, which will be the irreversible effects of climate change.
“The Sixth Assessment Report ”Climate Change 2021: The Physical Science” was launched as we speak by IPCC. The report is a clarion name for the developed international locations to undertake instant, deep emission cuts and decarbonisation of their economies,” the minister said.
The environment ministry, in an official statement, said developed countries have usurped far more than their fair share of the global carbon budget.
“Reaching web zero alone is just not sufficient, as it’s the cumulative emissions as much as web zero that decide the temperature that’s reached. This has been amply borne out within the IPCC report. It vindicates India’s place that historic cumulative emissions are the supply of the local weather disaster that the world faces as we speak.” the statement said.
The report notes that carbon dioxide has been and will continue to be the dominant cause of global warming under all greenhouse gas emissions scenarios, it said.
“India notes that local weather change is impacting the South Asian Monsoons. The report brings out that the monsoon rainfall is predicted to accentuate in all ranges of the projected eventualities. Intensity and frequency of heavy rainfall occasions are projected to be on the rise. India notes that the rising temperature will result in elevated frequency and depth of maximum occasions together with warmth waves and heavy rainfall.
“India also notes that the GHG warming is assessed to be partially offset by aerosol cooling by almost 30 per cent,” the ministry assertion mentioned.
India’s cumulative and per capita present emissions are considerably low and much lower than its fair proportion of the worldwide carbon finances, it mentioned.
The ministry mentioned India has taken super actions to deal with the issue of local weather change like establishing of International Solar Alliance, Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure, elevating the home renewable vitality goal to 450 GW by 2030 and putting in an formidable National Hydrogen Mission and persevering with efforts to decouple its emissions from financial progress.
“India”s actions to address global climate change are 2 degrees C compliant and rated highly by several independent agencies of the world,” it mentioned.
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