Page-4 of GS-III: Conservation Environmental Pollution Degradation

Examine the case for the regulatory innovation in India’s efforts towards green transition.

Climate change is inarguably one of the greatest challenges faced by the world today. India has committed to become net zero by 2070, It will require a rapid transformation towards a green economy and sustainability. India’s efforts towards green transition: ..

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Climate change is affecting everyone on the planet, but the most severe crisis will be faced by the coastal areas. In this context, discuss the challenges faced by coastal cities due to climate change.

Given India’s vast coastline of more than 7500 Km. The coastal cities are very much susceptible to climate change. The effects of climate change are being witnessed in the form of changes in rainfall patterns, increased intensity & frequency of ..

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Explain how are green crackers better than the conventional crackers.

Green Crackers are environmentally friendly fireworks that can help to reduce the air pollution caused by traditional firecrackers. These have been developed by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). Green crackers: They are expected to cause at least ..

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What is the ‘Solar Facility’ launched at the 5th ISA Assembly Meeting? Discuss its utility in enabling capital flow for solar power projects in under-served areas.

Solar Facility is a payment guarantee mechanism under the ISA framework. It was launched to attract investments into the solar energy sector, in line with the ISA goal of unlocking $1 trillion in solar energy investments by 2030. Solar Facility: ..

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What is the LiFE mission? How could it help India and other like-minded nations in its climate action?

The mission LiFE (Lifestyle For Environment) launched by the Prime Minister of India during COP26 is an initiative to make the fight against climate change democratic, such that everyone can contribute to it within their capacity. Mission LiFE: It is ..

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What are the advantages of compressed biogas? How will it help to achieve twin goals of becoming energy self-sufficient and increase farmers income?

Asia’s largest Compressed BioGas (CBG) plant has been opened up in Punjab recently. It is a step in achieving the objectives under the government’s SATAT (Sustainable Alternative Towards Affordable Transportation) scheme. Compressed Biogas (CBG): It is a mixture of various ..

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