7.5 billion people face unprecedented challenges, India's lion big opening: must take 100 billion US dollars

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7.5 billion people face unprecedented challenges, India's lion big opening: must take 100 billion US dollars

2021-11-27 06:04:41 48 ℃

Recently, the satellite mapped by NASA shows that the area close to the Himalayas in the north of India has a dense malad red dot, and there is a strip similar to the clouds, from the east to the northwest. NASA official said that this is a smoke that Indian farmers in incineration of straw, flowing, is shrouded in the northern region of India. The cold air from the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau is like a cover, causing India in the north, causing the air to flow slowly, and the smoke is unable to disappear, and India's air pollution is added.

According to the data of Indian air quality and weather forecasting research system, the PM10 index in the capital of New Delhi is 327, and the PM2.5 index is 171, which belongs to a very poor level. Due to the serious smog, New Delhi has to stop the work, take measures to control pollution, negotiate with farmers. The latest news said that although the air quality of New Delhi has improved in recent days, the degree of pollution is still the first world.

This is not a fresh thing for India. India is the world's second population big country. Since there may be data statistics, it is probably the first population big country, the average population is far higher than China, and the huge population base has brought serious pollution problems. In addition, India is still in a very backward extensive stage of extensive development, and environmental awareness is low, causing air pollution in India to live in the forefront of the world. Data Statistics show that the world's top ten air pollution is the most serious city, India occupies four, and there are more and more serious trends.

At the 26th Global Climate Summit that just closed, the meeting re-emission reduction problem, requiring countries to implement strict accordance with the emission reduction scheme formulated in 2015, but was opposed by India. India's representative pointed out that Western countries took up a lot of natural resources in the past few hundred years, causing vast majority of pollution, but now requires developing countries to emission reduction, which is unacceptable to any country.

In 2015, at the Paris Climate Conference, Western States promised to take 100 billion US dollars in the future, used to subsidize economic losses caused by emission reduction in developing countries, but until today, this fund is still in place. The representative of India said that Western countries must take the compensation plan as soon as possible, otherwise the world's 7.5 billion people will face an unprecedented crisis, and consequences are not any country to bear.