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PM Modi Talks About Climate Justice in 'Convenient Action- Continuity for Change'

Modi said that his book ‘Convenient Action- Continuity for Change’ talks about India\'s efforts to mitigate climate change and importance of climate justice.

Published: 10th December 2015 10:58 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th December 2015 11:06 AM   |  A+A-

By ANI

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that his book ‘Convenient Action- Continuity for Change’ talks about India's efforts to mitigate climate change and importance of climate justice.

“At #COP21 Summit in Paris, my book “Convenient Action- Continuity for Change” was released. My book “Convenient Action- Continuity for Change” talks about India's efforts to mitigate climate change & importance of climate justice,” Prime Minister Modi said in a series of tweets.

He also said that the book was released in the august presence of the President of France, Francois Hollande, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and other world leaders at the Climate Summit in Paris.

The book offers a rich insight and perspective on the efforts of the Government of India towards mitigating the menace of climate change and towards improving our environment.

The book outlines the Prime Minister’s thoughts on climate ethics and climate justice. Prime Minister Modi has been emphasizing on climate justice for several years now, stating that it is our responsibility to care for a world and a generation that we will not see and securing them from natural disasters as well as the ill-effects of environmental degradation. 



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