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India plays bad cop to developed world at COP27

India plays bad cop to developed world at COP27

Update: 2022-11-17
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India has hit out at the developed nations for their hot air on addressing climate change. From calling for a phase down of all fossil fuels and not just coal, to pushing for a better definition and tracking of climate finance, India has vehemently placed the onus on the developed world to aid the developing nations in navigating the climate crisis.


As India holds the developed world accountable, can it become a messiah for the rest of the world? Or can India be a global climate leader? 


Host Mugdha Variyar speaks to Urmi Goswami, Assistant Editor at The Economic Times, who is tracking the developments at Sharm el Sheikh in Egypt, and Vaibhav Chaturvedi, fellow at Delhi-based think tank Council for Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW) on India’s many interventions at COP27, as well as what the country needs to meet its own decarbonisation targets. Credits: Channel 4 News, Yahoo Finance, UN Climate Change, The Independent, UNFCC, Rappler and and ANI News


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India plays bad cop to developed world at COP27

India plays bad cop to developed world at COP27

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