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First Secretary At United Nations Sneha Dubey Unga Speech Today On The Issue Of Sustainable Development

ANI, United Nations

Published by: Sanjeev Kumar Jha
Updated Wed, 13 Oct 2021 07:56 AM IST

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Speaking on the issue of sustainable development at the United Nations General Assembly, United Nations First Secretary Sneha Dubey said that we believe that our human-centred approach will be most useful for the global good.

India reiterated in the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday that sustainable development will be achieved only through collective efforts and India will continue to work in this direction. Speaking on the issue of sustainable development at the United Nations General Assembly, United Nations First Secretary Sneha Dubey said that we believe that our human-centred approach will be most useful for the global good. Apart from this, on the issue of global climate action, the First Secretary said that it is necessary that statements are accompanied by concrete action. India is the only country in the G20, which is moving towards meeting the goals of Paris.

Developed countries will have to do net-minus to free up carbon space: Dubey
Sneha Dubey emphasized on ‘global net-zero’ and said that this goal should be based on the principle of segregated responsibility and equality. Dubey said that developed countries should do net-minus for the development of developing countries. He stressed that by the year 2050, to free up carbon space, developed countries will have to do net-minus.

Funds must be raised for climate action at the earliest: Sneha Dubey
The Indian diplomat said that more attention is needed to achieve the commitment of US$ 100 billion for climate action by developed countries. Our initiatives such as the International Solar Alliance and the Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure are great examples in the global climate partnership.

We achieved target in forest areas in last decade: Sneha Dubey
The First Secretary said that India is now among the top 3 countries in achieving forest cover in the last decade. About 30 lakh hectares of saplings were planted in the same period. We are happy to report that there has been a significant increase in the population of lions, tigers, leopards and dolphins in the Ganges River in India in the last five to seven years. While highlighting the danger of land degradation, Dubey said that India has worked on the UN norms to combat desertification.

We will make 26 million hectares of degraded land fertile by 2030: Dubey
He said that we are on track to achieve our national commitment of land degradation neutrality. We are also working towards restoring 26 million hectares of degraded land by 2030.

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India reiterated in the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday that sustainable development will be achieved only through collective efforts and India will continue to work in this direction. Speaking on the issue of sustainable development at the United Nations General Assembly, United Nations First Secretary Sneha Dubey said that we believe that our human-centred approach will be most useful for the global good. Apart from this, on the issue of global climate action, the First Secretary said that it is necessary that statements are accompanied by concrete action. India is the only country in the G20, which is moving towards meeting the goals of Paris.

Developed countries will have to do net-minus to free up carbon space: Dubey

Sneha Dubey emphasized on ‘global net-zero’ and said that this goal should be based on the principle of segregated responsibility and equality. Dubey said that developed countries should do net-minus for the development of developing countries. He stressed that by the year 2050, to free up carbon space, developed countries will have to do net-minus.

Funds must be raised for climate action at the earliest: Sneha Dubey

The Indian diplomat said that more attention is needed to achieve the commitment of US$ 100 billion for climate action by developed countries. Our initiatives such as the International Solar Alliance and the Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure are great examples in the global climate partnership.

We achieved target in forest areas in last decade: Sneha Dubey

The First Secretary said that India is now among the top 3 countries in achieving forest cover in the last decade. About 30 lakh hectares of saplings were planted in the same period. We are happy to report that there has been a significant increase in the population of lions, tigers, leopards and dolphins in the Ganges River in India in the last five to seven years. While highlighting the danger of land degradation, Dubey said that India has worked on the UN norms to combat desertification.

We will make 26 million hectares of degraded land fertile by 2030: Dubey

He said that we are on track to achieve our national commitment of land degradation neutrality. We are also working towards restoring 26 million hectares of degraded land by 2030.

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