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International Climate Summit gets ball rolling for carbon-free energy ecosystem

The International Climate Summit saw the coming together of India and Norway in forging a partnership in green hydrogen production.
A power-generating windmill turbine is pictured here for representation. Climate scientists believe wind power could make it possible to produce hydrogen without emitting greenhouse gases as cheaply as is currently feasible with fossil fuel energy. (Representational Image / REUTERS)
A power-generating windmill turbine is pictured here for representation. Climate scientists believe wind power could make it possible to produce hydrogen without emitting greenhouse gases as cheaply as is currently feasible with fossil fuel energy. (Representational Image / REUTERS)
Published on Sep 03, 2021 02:18 PM IST
By, Hindustan Times, New Delhi

India to host global climate meet today, focus on hydrogen power

International Climate Summit 2021: The global hybrid summit is expected to build a dialogue for India's transition to clean energy.
Wind power could make it possible to produce hydrogen without emitting greenhouse gases as cheaply as is currently feasible with fossil fuel energy, say climate scientists. (Representational Image / REUTERS)
Wind power could make it possible to produce hydrogen without emitting greenhouse gases as cheaply as is currently feasible with fossil fuel energy, say climate scientists. (Representational Image / REUTERS)
Updated on Sep 03, 2021 07:38 AM IST
Written by Joydeep Bose | Edited by Meenakshi Ray, Hindustan Times, New Delhi

International Climate Summit 2021 on Friday, focus on clean energy transition

A major conference on climate change - COP26 - is due to take place in Glasgow from October 31 to November 12, 2021. COP26 President Alok Sharma has said it will be the last chance to ensure global temperature increases don’t exceed 1.5 degrees Celsius - the lower limit of the Paris Agreement.
Boats of fishermen are seen on the shore of the Parana River during a historic downspout in Corrientes, Argentina. The river, which runs through Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina, is suffering its worst downspout in over half a century - a phenomenon believed to be the result of climate change.(AFP Photo)
Boats of fishermen are seen on the shore of the Parana River during a historic downspout in Corrientes, Argentina. The river, which runs through Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina, is suffering its worst downspout in over half a century - a phenomenon believed to be the result of climate change.(AFP Photo)
Published on Sep 02, 2021 12:31 PM IST
By | Written by Amit Chaturvedi, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
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