27 August, 2022
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In order to achieve its objective of net zero emissions by 2070, India will need to invest $10.1 trillion across its entire economy, according to a recent analysis.
Natural processes and cutting-edge technologies like carbon capture and storage are used to do it.
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Source: The Indian Express
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