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INDIAS INTENDED NATIONALLY DETERMINED CONTRIBUTION WORKING TOWARDS CLIMATE JUSTICE

“Om dyauh santir antariksam santih prithvi santih apah santih osadhayah santih” -- Yajur Veda 36.17

{{Unto Heaven be Peace, Unto the Sky and the Earth be Peace, Peace be unto the Water, Unto the Herbs and Trees be Peace}}

Introduction:

India has a long history and tradition of harmonious co-existence between man and nature. Human beings here have regarded fauna and flora as part of their family. This is part of our heritage and manifest in our lifestyle and traditional practices. We represent a culture that calls our planet Mother Earth. As our ancient text says; "Keep pure! For the Earth is our mother! And we are her children!" The ancient Indian practice of Yoga, for example, is a system that is aimed at balancing contentment and worldly desires, that helps pursue a path of moderation and a sustainable lifestyle. Environmental sustainability, which involves both intra-generational and inter-generational equity, has been the approach of Indians for very long. Much before the climate change debate began, Mahatma Gandhi, regarded as the father of our nation had said that we should act as ‘trustees’ and use natural resources wisely as it is our moral responsibility to ensure that we bequeath to the future generations a healthy planet.

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INDIA'S INTENDED NATIONALLY DETERMINED CONTRIBUTION WORKING TOWARDS CLIMATE JUSTICE
India's Intended Nationally Determined Contribution Press Statement

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