COP26 (26th UN Climate Change Conference) President Alok Sharma met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on February 16 in Delhi. PM Modi conveyed best wishes to the United Kingdom for the successful organisation of the climate summit. COP26 President Sharma also met Union Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Prakash Javadekar today. "Glasgow will host COP26, he (Alok Sharma) is meeting various leaders and discussing with them to arrive at landing zones. We discussed all issues which are contemporary and important for negotiations in Glasgow," said Javadekar. "I showcased him and told about various initiatives taken by India on renewable, disaster-resilient infrastructure, adaptation, electrical buses, metro expansion, our reduction of emission intensity and increasing tree cover. It was a very fruitful meeting," he added.
United Kingdom Member of Parliament and COP26 President Alok Sharma on February 16 met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar. Alok Sharma praised PM Modi for his enormous amount of leadership in the areas of climate, nature and bio-diversity. "India has been incredibly forward when it comes to renewables. The story here is about driving green growth," he added.
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