PM Modi Proposes India as Host for COP33 at Climate Change Summit in Dubai
PM Modi Proposes India as Host for COP33 at Climate Change Summit in Dubai

India Prime Minister Narendra Modi took the stage at the climate change summit in Dubai, advocating for India to become the host country for the Conference of the Parties (COP33) summit in 2028. His proposal unfolded amidst the inaugural moments of the climate conference held in Dubai. Within his address, the Prime Minister proudly highlighted India's remarkable achievement in surpassing its emission intensity targets, accomplishing this feat a remarkable 11 years ahead of the designated schedule. He emphasized India's unwavering commitment towards reaching its Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) targets.

"Today, India stands as a shining example of striking a harmonious balance between ecological preservation and economic development on the global stage. Despite being home to 17% of the world's population, India's contribution to Global Carbon Emissions remains under 4%. We're among the select economies worldwide steadfastly progressing towards meeting our NDC targets," he remarked.

In his speech, PM Modi positioned India as a frontrunner in the quest for sustainability, showcasing its proactive measures and significant strides in curbing emissions while sustaining economic growth. His call to host COP33 in 2028 underscored India's commitment to playing a pivotal role in global climate governance and fostering a collaborative platform for addressing pressing environmental challenges.

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