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Sustainability and climate change India and the world (in Hindi)
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Chapter 19

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Aartee Mishra
Delhi University Topper Post Graduated in History Founder - Rank secure IAS Academy 4 Years Experience Use code : RANK10 for Mentorship

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Thanks for great help sir please continue it for 2014, and 2016 papers. Some points in my minds are : maintain food cold chains , skill and training , commercialization of LR at large scale , export subsidies , productive breeds etc. are urgent requirement to increase the non farm employments. One constraint in my mind is Land farms availability.
could you please add remaining lesson it will very helpful to us .. thanks a lots.
mam is this course complete or you will add more lessons?
hello maam thank you very very much for good course, but is this course sufficient for the study of economics or i have to read ramesh sigh or any other book.
mam pls add remaining few chapters pls mam pls its really helpful in covering economic
thnx a lot mam....this course enhanced my learning....Ur way of explaination z superb..
  1. Daily Lecture Series Ramesh Singh's Indian Economy By Aartee Mishra Sustainability and Climate Change: India and the World

  2. I am Aartee Mishra Graduated from Delhi University, Topper in all my semesters Pursuing PG and preparing for CSE. 2 Years of teaching experience of General Studies for competitive examination Have been teaching on Unacademy Plus

  3. NCERT (6 12th): For rock solid foundation to your preparation (All Subjects) Art and Culture World History Ancient, Medieval & Modern History Polity, Governance & Administration Environment & Ecology Physical, Indian & World Geography .Complete Economic Concepts Disaster management . Mains answer writing practice . Important Quiz after each session . Weekly test series . High Quality Study Material UPSC Civil Services Exams NCERT BOOKS FOR IAS Awesome Live Lecture . Everything in one Course

  4. Global Emissions Improving living standards for mankind has been the single minded goal of all nations and world bodies. After defining development in numerous ways for over two decades, there seems to be a consensus on 'Human Development'. While a large population on the earth is still to get the 'bare minimum' for development, humanity is at the crossroads where it is faced with the first of its kind challenge-the challenge of climate change'. The dilemma is that whatever we can do for our development, there has to be a repercussion on nature. An even bigger dilemma is in achieving a global consensus on how to check or restrict and finally reverse the process of climate change GLOBAL EMISSIONS: As per the WMO (World Meteorological Organization), 2016 was the warmest year, with temperature 1 C above the pre-industrial era. This was owing to El Nino and warming caused by greenhouse gases (GHGs). Anthropogenic emissions have been increasing at an unprecedented rate since the industrial revolution. The energy sector is the largest contributor to GHG emissions and, within this, CO2 emissions from combustion of fuels have the largest share

  5. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS (SDGS) The UN General Assembly in its 17th session in September 2015 announced a set of 17 SDGs: Major highlights of the SDGs are as given below: (i) poverty eradication; (ii) combating inequalities; (ii) promoting gender equality, women and girl empowerment; (iv) improving health and education; (v) making cities more sustainable; (vi) combating climate change; (vii) protecting oceans and forests; (viii) integrating the socio-economic and environmental dimensions; (ix) global partnership for sustainable development; (x) enhancing capacities of stakeholders in better quality measurement; (xi) compilation of data or information on sustainable development; and (xii) effective follow-up and review architecture.

  6. Renewable Energy For India, renewable energy has become a major focus area. The Gol has set an ambitious target of achieving 40 per cent cumulative electric capacity from non-fossil fuel-based energy resources by 2030. India is currently undertaking the largest renewable capacity expansion programme in the world. Major highlights regarding it are as given below: (i) Renewable energy capacity target has been increased to 175GW by the year 2022, out of which 100GW is to be from solar, 60 GW from wind, 10 GW from biomass and 5 GW from small hydro power projects. (ii) The First RE-INVEST (Renewable Energy Global Investment Promotion Meet and Expo) were organized in February 2015 to provide a platform for the global investment community to connect with stakeholders in India .


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