Editorials/Opinions Analysis For UPSC 08 February 2023
- There’s More to India’s Energy Transition Than the Coal Story
- Saved Water Will Matter Later
There’s More to India’s Energy Transition Than the Coal Story
- The Just Energy Transition Partnership (JET-P) is quickly becoming the primary means by which developed nations finance multilateral energy transitions in developing nations.
- This has special significance now that the Glasgow Pact contains the phrase “phase-down” of coal.
- India is the fourth potential candidate for a JET-Partnership, following South Africa, Indonesia, and Vietnam. The G-20 presidency by India may present an ideal opportunity to reach an agreement.
GS Paper-3: Infrastructure: Energy
What are India’s main obstacles to achieving a just energy transition, how can they be overcome, and how can this be done within the framework of India’s overall energy policy and development objectives? Explain. (250 Words)
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Saved Water Will Matter Later
As a result of glaciers melting quickly due to rising temperatures, the Ganga and Yamuna rivers’ very existence is in danger, and the flow of water from their sources is increasing at an accelerated rate.
GS Paper-3: Conservation, environmental pollution and degradation
There will be “water wars” between China and India as a result of China’s plans for water and the growing competition between the two nations over water. critically assess (150 words)
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