MyGov Talk with Hon. Minister Shri Prakash Javadekar on Climate Change

In the run-up to COP (Conference of Parties) 21 scheduled in Paris from 30th November to 11th December 2015, MyGov and the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change are pleased to announce a MyGov Talk with the Honourable Minister, Shri Prakash Javadekar on the 26th October 2015 at 5.00PM in collaboration with Google India.

With India's Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC), the country is keen to attempt to work towards a low carbon emission pathway, while simultaneously endeavouring to meet all the developmental challenges that the country faces today. The INDC aims at promoting clean energy, especially renewable energy, enhancement of energy efficiency, development of less carbon intensive and resilient urban centres, promotion of waste to wealth, safe, smart and sustainable green transportation network, abatement of pollution and India’s efforts to enhance carbon sink through creation of forest and tree cover.

Citizens are invited to share their ideas, questions and inputs on India's role in COP21 and on the following proposals laid down by INDC:

• Sustainable Lifestyles
• Cleaner Economic Development
• Reduce Emission intensity of Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
• Increase the Share of Non Fossil Fuel Based Electricity
• Enhancing Carbon Sink (Forests)
• Adaptation
• Mobilizing Finance
• Technology Transfer and Capacity Building

Selected ideas and names would also be mentioned by the Hon. Minister and other experts during the MyGov Talk.
Contributors from MyGov, Climate Change Experts, senior journalists and social media influencers will join the panel discussion with Shri Prakash Javadekar.

For more information on INDC, please click here.

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Rohith Krishna Bhat 4 साल 11 महीने पहले

Dear Sir , we as a nation could look into the promotion of biofule as this would help us generate cheap electricity from our sewage with fertilizers for our fields as a byproduct
the complete details are as follows

nishant kumar 4 साल 11 महीने पहले

The government should devise a series of simple HUMAN POWERED GENERATOR and peripheral devices like MICROWAVES, INDUCTION, INFRARED COOKERS running on these generators! (1) It will save precious wood, jungles, kerosene etc. (2) It will cut the emissions (India can also claim CARBON CREDITS for it). (3) It will enhance MAKE IN INDIA opportunities & rural employment opportunities. (4) It will lead to savings for poor also. NGOs, donations will easily flood for sponsoring these noble initiatives

Shanmugam Sivabalan 4 साल 11 महीने पहले

Dear Honorable Minister, Indian are largely vegetarian. Even the milk consumption of Indians are also not comparable to developed nations which are emitting huge amount of green house gases. If you look at the per ca-pita meat consumption and milk consumption data of the developed nations, it would be 50 times higher in the developed countries. My point here is, India (Indians) is not emitting green house gases like the developed nations. That is largely due to the vegetarian diet.Emphasize

pragnyajit mohapatra 4 साल 11 महीने पहले

Please ban production and use of Polythene Packets ,any form of it can cause cancer when it mix with soil or with water or in Air by burning .It is banned in many states but still it is used , so please make such steps ,it will not available in market. And do advertisement for social awareness

Rohith Krishna Bhat 4 साल 11 महीने पहले

Dear Sir , we could promote the concept of rooftop gardens and green roofs throughout the country as this would help clean up pollution in even the most populated cities where it would be difficult to find spaces to plant more trees,
the basic outline and benefits are as follows in the links

pragnyajit mohapatra 4 साल 11 महीने पहले

I welcome you for a small step taken by Our Govt. but that matter when it will work on practical ground .i.e Installing Solar Panel ,make it mandatory for all .Govt should give 50% subsidy to APL group and provide free panel to BPL family , no subsidy to corporate and there should be a rule that 50% of there electricity should consumed for natural source such as Solar Panel,Gas Plant .So that in your office you will forced to switch off Air condition(AC), which reduce green gas emmision

nitesh mahawar 4 साल 11 महीने पहले

Respected sir,
sir i like to suggest that being on way to Digital India, what are our new policy regarding department of environment Forest to make its data online , all types of data as all other departments are on the way for all the states , so that actually raw data will be captured , from which our policy makes could make better polices for the specific area development where we have what resource & what new can be set up for the utilization of the resource of the area and its development.

Saurabh Sinha 4 साल 11 महीने पहले

#Climate Change: Respected Minister Sir, What is the impact of burden of population on environment? As with more population the basic services such as housing and other essential infrastructure projects to cater to the needs of the the large population will be more and may also result in felling of trees or destruction of forests. What importance does India accord to population control as a part of its Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) as a part of climate change strategy.