India is ‘doing better’ than many Western countries in achieving Paris Accord’s commitment: Jaishankar

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Asserting that there is an attitudinal shift in India on climate change, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has said that New Delhi is “doing better” than many of the western countries in achieving the Paris Accord’s commitment.

“My first point I would make is there is a big attitudinal shift on climate change, in India. And until a few years ago people looked at climate change as something that was a growing awareness,” Jaishankar said in an interview to Asia Society Policy Institute President Kevin Rudd on Tuesday.

“Actually when it comes to delivering on the Paris commitment… Frankly, it appears from what I read… it seems India is doing better than the much of Europe and other countries in meeting the Paris Accord’s commitment,” he said. Read More

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