With industry and transport restarting after the lockdown forced by the Covid-19 pandemic, India and the world have the best chance right now to control greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Failure will mean a country with worse heatwaves, droughts, cloudbursts, floods and a more degraded coastline, according to the Indian government’s first comprehensive report on current climate change impacts and future scenarios till the end of the century.
Despite all countries, including India, making pledges under the 2015 Paris climate agreement, current emissions are taking the world to the worst case scenario, though other development pathways are not only available but economically more attractive in the medium and long term.
Together, we are working to move India toward a sustainable development pathway while alleviating poverty, minimizing greenhouse gas emissions, and delivering social, health and environmental gains.
Students will be involved in:
1) Poster making activities
3) Video making activites
4) Collaborations with Global Students
5) Interactions with Experts
Students of primary department were actively engaged in
poster making activities ,
Online discussions ,
shown movie based on climate change,
Talking about your personal experience,
and creating awareness in the community.