Emissions targets: India is among four major economies aiming to meet Paris climate targets | India News

NEW DELHI: A new report by the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) – an international coalition of 58 countries particularly vulnerable to a warming planet – reveals a major mismatch in climate action and climate change ahead of the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference says that India, Indonesia, the United Kingdom and Switzerland alone are among the major economies currently on track to meet the Paris Agreement goals based on their pledged 2030 targets.

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The study released Monday found that major economies are largely at a standstill Emissions targets It assumes that all countries reduce their emissions at the same rate, without taking into account their larger share of pollution or distinguishing efforts between the richest and poorest countries based on their respective historical emissions.
Of the major emerging economies, India, home to nearly a fifth of the world’s population, produces just 2.9 tonnes of CO2 per person, compared to the G7 average of 11.7 tonnes per capita (2021 data). Compared to the global per capita emissions of 6.4 tons of CO2 in 2021, the EU (27 nations) per capita emissions are 8.1 tons, while China’s per capita emissions are 10.1 tons and the per capita emissions are 8.1 tons. The capita output of the USA is 17.5 tons (six times more than India). ).

The CVF study, entitled Traffic Light Assessment Report: Fair Share Pathways to Combat Global Climate Breakdown, highlights the gaps and aims to hold nations accountable by assessing their compliance with the temperature and equity principles of the Paris Agreement.
“Countries that are not making their fair contribution to fulfilling the Paris Agreement are overwhelmingly the wealthiest and best-performing nations in the world (as measured by GDP/HDI),” the report says, noting that India and Indonesia are the only two Countries among the G20 countries are whose climate measures are in line with their respective Paris Agreement goals for 2030. It appears that while the majority of countries are compliant, wealthy nations, particularly those in the G7 and G20, are significantly so lagging behind.
“Major economies, particularly in the West, have spent the last century getting rich thanks to fossil fuel-fueled industrialization. As vulnerable nations, we believe it is only fair that those who have polluted the most in the past should deserve something.” “A greater effort to combat climate change, especially when they are also the richest and most empowered.” said Nana Akufo-Addo, President of Ghana and Chairperson of the CVF.
The report assumes significance ahead of the global inventory of countries’ climate actions, which will be completed during CO from November 30 to December 12 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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