Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said that India aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2070

By: 600011 On: Feb 26, 2024, 1:07 PM


Union Minister Nitin Gadkari explains India's goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2070. He was speaking at the Gulf Maharashtra Business Forum Global Mahabiz 2024 conference in Dubai. The event brought together leaders and innovators from around the world to discuss sustainable development and economic cooperation. Sheikha Jawahar bint Khalifa Al Khalifa was the chief guest at the event. Minister Gadkari's virtual speech highlighted India's significant strides towards sustainability. Especially in renewable energy.

He highlighted innovative solutions such as self-sustainable aviation fuel derived from biomass, bio-CNG production and bamboo-based bioethanol refining. Emphasizing India's commitment to reducing carbon emissions, Gadkari underlined the importance of technology, innovation and international cooperation to achieve this ambitious goal. Gadkari said India will embrace electric vehicles and renewable energy sources as critical to sustainable development. Emphasis on innovation, entrepreneurship and technological advancement underscores our commitment to turn knowledge into wealth, he added. Also, Gadkari highlighted India's initiatives in organic agriculture, renewable energy and infrastructure development, aligned with the vision of achieving carbon neutrality by 2070.