The Importance Of Climate Change In India

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India, being one of the world’s nations that focuses on climate change and control, is among those setting up treaties and designs to pertain to the environmental changes coming along year after year. Mahatma Gandhi, one of the greatest leaders to leave this world, left with a few words on the environment: “The earth, the air, the land and the water are not an inheritance from our fore fathers but on loan from our children. So we have to handover to them at least as it was handed over to us.” If we as humans cannot live up to this standard of the loan we’ve been given in this lifetime, who can?
India was first colonized in the sixteenth century by multiple European nations, with one of those nations being France in particular. Its geography, however, comes in as number one in relation to the environmental issues they wish to keep under control. Being that India is located in Southern Asia, while bordering the Bay of Bengal between Burma and Pakistan, it can be contextualized that this nation shares that climate change in terms of Burma and Pakistan as a whole. What is done to one, will be done to the other due to the sharing of such a subordinate location. China, in comparison at the moment is known to have the largest population in the world, but India’s would soon surpass it. However, unlike India, China has a “one-child” policy, meaning that the country itself would not grow as a means of the mortality rate at this moment in time, whereas as we speak, in India birth rates are fluctuating now. Also, those populating China are more likely to be found in municipal areas, whereas in India, with the climate control rising and falling is taking effect because of those residing closely in open spaces and agricultural lands as oppose...

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...ed by an intense competition for resources and natural habitats, a period of fluctuating oil and coal prices, and an increased link between the energy security and the climate change issues that arise from it. There is a comprehensive compromise that in order to solve the climate change challenge in this boundless amount of time we have, a huge R&D (research and development) effort is needed, including both the public and private sectors around the world. Meeting this problem will only motivate two policy questions until they can be answered. First, how can individuals make policies at each phase of invention most effective in a quick amount of time? Second, how should the government assign support from other nations through the different phases of this invention? All in all, nations need to develop as a whole and work together to put an end to this climate change.
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