Climate of Haryana Harvana- Climate part 4 Presented by Adv Manoj Vats...
* Climate Change aspect of Haryana * Climate Change has emerged as one of the most serious environmental and socio-economic concerns of our times.
It is a global phenomenon with diverse local impacts likely to alter the distribution and quality of our natural resources and adversely affect the livelihood of the people specially the poor and marginalized communities.
In 1992, India adopted the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, global initiative to combat climate change.
Article 3 of the UNFCCC states that"Darties should protect the climate system for the benefit of future and present generations of human kind on the basis of equity and in accordance with their common but differentiated responsibility and respective capabilities.
latecomer into the nation's development process and with a per capita Green House Gas emission barely a fraction of the national average and the magnitude much below that of other industralised states of the country, the state's economy is closely linked to its natural resource base and climate-sensitive sectors such as agriculture and forestry . A
e Hence, the state faces an increased risk of the negative impacts of climate change. The state would therefore adopt a climate friendly, equity based and sustainable developmental path taking into account our "common but differentiated responsibilities and respective capabilities", and our regional development priorities, objectives and circumstances.
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Adv Manoj Vats
Practising Advocate a judicial aspirant Want to share my learnings of law so that others can also benefits from that