Reports: India mulling net zero emissions target for 2050

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Reports: India mulling net zero emissions target for 2050

Bloomberg reports that Indian government is considering a 2047 net zero target to coincide mark a century of independence

The global march of net zero targets could be set to secure one of its most important victories to date, after reports revealed top Indian government officials are working on plans for how to deliver net...

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