India has achieved emission reduction of 28% over 2005 levels: RK Singh
- India is the only major economy with actions in line with keeping global warming below 2°C of pre-industrial levels and the only G20 country whose energy transition is in sync with this goal, according to the Union government
NEW DELHI: In what may strengthen India’s climate commitment credentials in the run up to UN Climate Change Conference (COP-26), the country's emissions have come down 28% from levels seen in 2005, against the target of 35% reduction by 2030, according to union power and new and renewable energy minister Raj Kumar Singh.
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