New Delhi: Ahead of the crucial climate change summit in Paris, Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar on Thursday launched a website for the purpose of putting up India's stands and efforts. This comprehensive website outlines the plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions in a transparent manner ahead of the summit scheduled to begin in Paris on November 30.
The website, www.justclimateaction.org brings most of its content in the form of videos that can be shared on personal social media channels. It includes over 40 clippings of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speeches outlining various initiatives to curb climate change.
"The website includes our Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs), the appreciation received from the world over and comments on our INDCs," he said in a statement.
"Built on a 'break away and play' architecture, each page, story or section can be posted/shared by viewers anywhere in the world," the statement said.
The world leaders would gather in Paris for the 21st meeting of Conference of Parties (CoP-21) on climate change from November 30 to December 11 to negotiate an agreement, applicable to all countries, with an aim of keeping global warming below 2 degrees Celsius.
(With Agency inputs)