New Delhi: Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar Thursday said that India will put across its stand on climate change 'eloquenly' on all available forums, ahead of his visit to US to participate in Paris Business Dialogue and Major Economies Forum.
"Tomorrow, I am leaving for the United States of America to participate in Paris Business Dialogue, to participate in Major Economies Forum and in Climate Action Discussion. This is an important tool in the build-up to Paris.
"We will put our ideas of climate justice, lifestyle, finance technology, differentiation and ambitious goals--long-term and short-term goals. We will put across India?s stand eloquently on all the forums available," he said prior to his departure to the United States.
The minister expressed the hope that the country's views will be appreciated globally.
"I am sure that the developing world and even the developed world, many countries in the developed world, appreciate what India is talking, what India is doing. We will put our views clearly on all available forums," he said.