Alternative technologies for a climate change resilient India – UPSC Essay 2018

The world is working hard to curb climate change. All countries and all international organizations are doing their best to raise people’s awareness of the nuances and voices related to the earth’s climate. International organizations such as the United Nations have put forward plans such as UNFF, and have reported at a temperature of 1.5°C, such as Paris, Geneva, Kyoto, and various dialogues of the Protocol. Among all these efforts at the international level, individual countries are working at the national level to contain this threat.

In any major international coalition on climate change, India is close behind, but India is also committed to keeping pace with the world in order to solve the growing problems of the country and the world. But what is climate change and how does it affect the world, especially India? The answer to this question lies in the virtue of Mother Earth to balance the heat and other atmospheric phenomena around the world. Climate change is the process of changing (increasing) the world’s average temperature.

This change is the result of a combination of natural and man-made processes. The temperature rise in the Arctic Ocean is particularly alarming. As a result, India will not be separated from this huge change. As a major developing country, India is also working in this direction. The world’s largest economy relies heavily on polluting energy sources, such as crude oil and coal. The emissions from these sources are not only pollutants, but also remain in the atmosphere for millions of years. The country prides itself on having a variety of compelling physical geography, and these natural sciences have led to energy sources other than the above-mentioned conventional energy sources. The western and southern states of India are rich in solar energy, which is one of the most important sources of renewable energy.

 Increasing solar power generation in these states will ensure India’s energy security because it is a very cheap and reliable energy source in India. The government has made the iron rods work by launching programs such as the International Solar Energy Alliance, PM-KUSUM, and cheap loans to families to grow solar panels. Another important source of renewable energy is wind and hydropower. The vast coastal areas of India provide you with the gift of another way of pollution-free power generation, which can be a milestone in taking advantage of global warming and climate change. Vehicle pollution is one of the biggest pollution. The country’s megacities have been rated as one of the cities with the worst highway traffic. Due to heavy traffic, these vehicles mainly release sulfur, PM 2.5, PM -10, carbon monoxide, etc. In the environment. The government recently formulated rules in this situation. It has developed a BS-VI vehicle standard, which only releases sulfur 10 content compared with the BS-IV standard. In addition, the content of PM 2.5 and PM 10 is also reduced. As for the increase in pollution in Delhi, especially during the Diwali celebrations, this is also attributed to –

1. Burning rice crops in neighboring countries

2. A large number of blasting biscuits.

The government has installed air purification towers in cities to solve this problem. Along with this, the government has taken measures to manage rice residues and convert them into less polluting fuel. Regarding the problem of cookies, CSIR created green cookies instead of the previously used cookies. Other sources that hinder and control climate change are manufacturing units that use and release gases such as CFCs and HFCs.

The undeniable fact is that the increasing use of refrigerators and air conditioners has greatly increased the level of greenhouse gases such as CFC, HFC and HCFC. In addition to its obligations under international conventions, India has successfully phased out the use of CFCs and is determined to phase out HFCs by 2020. There is no doubt that in developing countries such as India, achieving the goal of climate adaptation technology is a major challenge, and the dream of comprehensive literacy still needs to be realized. But there is no denying that India has the potential to change its huge demographic dividend and resource-rich geographical location.

 Not only the government, but everyone must strive for a climate worth living for in their own land, not only for themselves, but also for future generations. In the future, the successful implementation of government policies that have been formulated and will be completed is awaited. New partnership registrations, for example, the UK government must effectively and forcefully prohibit the use of AC registrations in all companies and enterprises, will enhance India’s ability to achieve 1, 5°C and 2°C targets and respond to climate change. The world is working hard to curb climate change. All countries and all international organizations are doing their best to raise people’s awareness of the nuances and voices related to the earth’s climate. International organizations such as the United Nations have put forward plans such as UNFF, and have reported at a temperature of 1.5°C, such as Paris, Geneva, Kyoto, and various dialogues of the Protocol. Among all these efforts at the international level, individual countries are working at the national level to contain this threat.

 In any major international coalition on climate change, India is close behind, but India is also committed to keeping pace with the world in order to solve the growing problems of the country and the world. But what is climate change and how does it affect the world, especially India? The answer to this question lies in the virtue of Mother Earth to balance the heat and other atmospheric phenomena around the world. Climate change is the process of changing (increasing) the world’s average temperature. This change is the result of a combination of natural and man-made processes.

 The temperature rise in the Arctic Ocean is particularly alarming. As a result, India will not be separated from this huge change. As a major developing country, India is also working in this direction. The world’s largest economy relies heavily on polluting energy sources, such as crude oil and coal. The emissions from these sources are not only pollutants, but also remain in the atmosphere for millions of years. The country prides itself on having a variety of compelling physical geography, and these natural sciences have led to energy sources other than the above-mentioned conventional energy sources. The western and southern states of India are rich in solar energy, which is one of the most important sources of renewable energy. Increasing solar power generation in these states will ensure India’s energy security because it is a very cheap and reliable energy source in India. The government has made the iron rods work by launching programs such as the International Solar Energy Alliance, PM-KUSUM, and cheap loans to families to grow solar panels. Another important source of renewable energy is wind and hydropower.

 The vast coastal areas of India provide you with the gift of another way of pollution-free power generation, which can be a milestone in taking advantage of global warming and climate change. Vehicle pollution is one of the biggest pollution. The country’s megacities have been rated as one of the cities with the worst highway traffic. Due to heavy traffic, these vehicles mainly release sulfur, PM 2.5, PM -10, carbon monoxide, etc. In the environment. The government recently formulated rules in this situation. It has developed a BS-VI vehicle standard, which only releases sulfur 10 content compared with the BS-IV standard. In addition, the content of PM 2.5 and PM 10 is also reduced.

As for the increase in pollution in Delhi, especially during the Diwali celebrations, this is also attributed to -1. Burning rice crops in neighboring countries 2. A large number of blasting biscuits. The government has installed air purification towers in cities to solve this problem. Along with this, the government has taken measures to manage rice residues and convert them into less polluting fuel. Regarding the cookie issue, CSIR created a green cookie instead of the previously used cookie. Other sources that hinder and control climate change are manufacturing units that use and release gases such as CFCs and HFCs.

 The undeniable fact is that the increasing use of refrigerators and air conditioners has greatly increased the emission levels of greenhouse gases such as CFC, HFC and HCFC. In addition to its obligations under international conventions, India has successfully phased out the use of CFCs and is determined to phase out HFCs by 2020. There is no doubt that in developing countries such as India, achieving the goal of climate adaptation technology is a major challenge, and the dream of comprehensive literacy still needs to be realized.

 But there is no denying that India has the potential to change its huge demographic dividend and resource-rich geographical location. Not only the government, but everyone must strive for a climate worth living for in their own land, not only for themselves, but also for future generations. In the future, the successful implementation of government policies that have been formulated and will be completed is awaited.

 New records of cooperation, such as the new records of the US government. K can effectively and flexibly prohibit all companies and enterprises from using air conditioners, which will enhance India’s ability to achieve 1.5°C and 2°C targets and respond to climate change. The world is working hard to curb climate change. All countries and all international organizations are doing their best to raise people’s awareness of the nuances and voices related to the earth’s climate. Recommendations from international organizations such as the United Nations

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