Reduce emission intensity by 33 to 35 per cent by 2030 compared to 2005 levels
Introduce new, more efficient and cleaner technologies in thermal power generation
Reducing emissions from transportation sector
Promote energy efficiency, mainly in industry, transportation, buildings and appliances
Develop climate resilient infrastructure
Pursue Zero Effect, Zero Defect policy under Make in India programme
Produce 40 per cent of electricity from non-fossil fuel based energy resources by 2030, if international community helps with technology transfer and low cost finance.
Install 175 GW of solar, wind and biomass electricity by 2022, and scale up further in following years
Aggressively pursue development of hydropower
Achieve the target of 63 GW of installed nuclear power capacity by 2032
Create an additional carbon sink of 2.5 to 3 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent by 2030 through additional forest and tree cover.
Full implementation of Green India Mission and other programmes of afforestation
Develop 140,000 km long tree line on both sides of national highways
Develop robust adaptation strategies for agriculture, water and health sectors
Redesign National Water Mission and National Mission on Sustainable Agriculture
Active implementation of ongoing programmes like National Initiative on Climate Resilient Agriculture, setting up of 100 mobile soil-testing laboratories, distribution of soil health cards to farmers.
Additional impetus on watershed development through Neeranchal scheme
Effective implementation of National Mission on Clean Ganga
Early formulation and implementation of National Health Mission
Complete Integrated Coastal Zone Management plan. Mapping and demarcation of coastal hazard lines
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At least USD 2.5 trillion (at current prices) required between now and 2030 to implement all planned actions. USD 206 million required for adaptation actions. Much more needed for strengthening resilience and disaster management.
About USD 834 billion, at 2011 prices, required for mitigation actions till 2030.
A total of INR 170.84 billion collected through cess on coal production. Being used for funding clean energy projects
National Adaptation Fund has been created with initial allocation of Rs 3500 million
Tax free infrastructure bonds of INR 50 billion being introduced for funding renewable energy projects