Global Warming: Decarbonizing India: How Green Farms and Factories, Electric Cars and Land Use Can Help Achieve the Goals


Young women in the field of windmills located in Rajasthan

Synopsis

India’s transition to a net zero economy by 2070 depends on the decarbonization path it takes. A recent report presents a series of opportunities and challenges on this journey. Although most estimates and goals can seem daunting, good planning and staying focused on goals can make all the difference.

India’s transition to a net zero economy by 2070 depends on the decarbonization path it takes. A recent study by consulting firm McKinsey & Co indicates that decarbonization could help India save a cumulative USD 1.7 trillion in foreign exchange on energy imports by 2070. In addition, an orderly transition could turn the country into a a manufacturing and R&D center for clean technologies such as electricity. mobility, batteries and electrolysers. Not only that, adopt

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Teresa H. Sadler