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UNFCCC and Climate change analysis

United Nation’s COP 26 climate change summit postponed till 2021 Part of: GS Prelims and GS-III- S&T NOTE: Please refer PT KUNJI SECTION for REVISE ENVIRONMENT IN 45 MINUTES BOOKLET. The 26th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 26) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), which was planned to take place from 9-19 November 2020, in Glasgow, Scotland in the United Kingdom (UK) has been postponed to 2021 due to COVID-19.The date a

Earth Day and Earth Hour

Earth Day and Earth Hour Part of: GS-III- Environment (PT-MAINS-PERSONALITY TEST) Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated on April 22. Worldwide events are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection. The theme of Earth Day 2019 is “Protect Our Species”. It was first celebrated in 1970, and is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network and celebrated in more than 193 countries each year. The idea of commemorating such

Steps to control Climate Change – Analysis by Dr.Anil Kakodkar

Steps to control Climate Change – Analysis by Dr.Anil Kakodkar Introduction On the occasion of National Technology Day, a day which marks the anniversary of Pokhran Nuclear Tests of 1998, Former Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission and Chairman, Rajiv Gandhi Science & Technology Commission, Padma Vibhushan Dr. Anil Kakodkar, has conveyed a message to the people of India, about Dealing with energy needs in the Context of Climate Crisis. Relation between HDI and Per Capita Energy

BIO International Convention

BIO International Convention The BIO International Convention is hosted by the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO). India is represented by Minister of State for Science and Technology and Earth Sciences. The key benefits of attending the BIO International Convention are access to global biotech and pharma leaders via BIO One-on-One Partnering, exposure to industry though-leaders and networking opportunities. BIO is the largest trade organization in the world that represents t

New Green Building Code

New Green Building Code The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) launched a code for new commercial buildings in the country. Energy Conservation Building Code (ECBC) 2017 was developed by Ministry of Power and BEE. The code sets parameters for builders, designers and architects to integrate renewable energy sources in building design with the inclusion of passive design strategies. It promotes low-carbon growth and lead to 30-50% energy savings by commercial buildings by 2030. In orde

Churu-records the highest temperature in India

Churu in Rajasthan ,at 47degrees Celsius, records the highest temperature. 2nd highest temperature is recorded at Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh

Mission Innovation

Mission Innovation The initiative was launched in the Cop21 UNFCCC in 2015. India is member nation of the global initiative The objectives of initiative are, To accelerate public and private clean energy innovation To address climate change, Make clean energy affordable to consumers, and Create green jobs and commercial opportunities It will help in achieving India’s INDC of increasing the share of clean and renewable energy in the energy basket

Flattening the climate curve

Flattening the climate curve R. Sukumar is professor, Centre for Ecological Sciences and Divecha Centre for Climate Change, Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru Part of: GS-III- Climate Change  (PT-MAINS-PERSONALITY TEST) Leaders should act on the climate crisis with the same alacrity they have shown towards COVID-19 Context Two interrelated curves began their upward trend two centuries ago with the advent of the industrial age. The first curve was the atmospheric concentra

National Adaptation fund for climate change

National Adaptation fund for climate change The National Adaptation Fund for Climate Change (NAFCC) is a Central Sector Scheme setup in 2015-16. The overall aim of NAFCC is to support concrete adaptation activities which mitigate the adverse effects of climate change. National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) is the National Implementing Entity (NIE). The Scheme has been designed to fulfill objectives of National Action Plan on Climate Change (NAPCC) and operationalize S

A convergence of crises

A convergence of crises Part of: GS-III- Climate change (PT-MAINS-PERSONALITY TEST) Policy ideas should marry employment and industrial priorities with green outcomes There is a growing debate about what the scarcity and privation wrought by the COVID-19 crisis will mean for our response to climate change. The very language used to describe the effects of climate change is now being deployed, correctly, to shape our understanding of a disease-ravaged near future: poverty, the failu

Assessment of Climate Change over the Indian Region

Assessment of Climate Change over the Indian Region GS- PAPER-3 Climate change (PT-MAINS-INTERVIEW) Recently, the first Assessment of Climate Change over the Indian Region has been published by the Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES). It is India’s first-ever national forecast on the impact of global warming on the subcontinent in the coming century. These projections, based on a climate forecasting model developed at the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), Pune, wil

Carbon emissions sharply rebound as countries lift coronavirus restrictions

Carbon emissions sharply rebound as countries lift coronavirus restrictions Key Points Carbon emissions are now surging back to prepandemic levels as states and countries reopen, a grim reminder that the world is still grappling with accelerating climate change. By mid-June, global emissions rebounded to roughly 5% below 2019 levels and in emissions in China returned to pre-pandemic levels, according to an update in a May study published in the journal Nature Climate Change. During

Artic Sea

Artic Sea It is located mostly in the Arctic North Polar Region in the middle of the Northern Hemisphere, besides its surrounding waters the Arctic Ocean is surrounded by Eurasia and North America. It is partly covered by sea ice throughout the year and almost completely in winter. The Arctic Ocean is the smallest and shallowest of the world's five major oceans and it is also known as the coldest of all the oceans. The International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) recognizes

Decarbonising Transport in India project

Decarbonising Transport in India project GS- PAPER-3 Pollution PT-MAINS NITI Aayog in collaboration with International Transport Forum will launch the 'Decarbonising Transport in India' project on with the intention to develop a pathway towards a low-carbon transport system for India. Imp Points India has been a member of ITF, an intergovernmental organisation for transport policy, since 2008. The online event will inform transport and climate stakeho

Before the next health crisis

Before the next health crisis By, Vinod Thomas is Visiting Professor at the National University of Singapore and a former senior vice president at the World Bank.@vthomas14 Context * Stalking the efforts of the government and the private sector to revive the economy in the time of COVID-19 are two dangers to people’s health — air pollution and greenhouse gases — and a weak public health system.   A noxious cocktail * The avoided number of early deaths fro

Climate Vulnerable Forum

Climate Vulnerable Forum It is an international partnership of countries highly vulnerable to a warming planet. The forum serves as a South-South cooperation platform for participating governments to act together to deal with global climate change. The Forum first met in Maldives in November 2009. Other initiatives taken by CVF to deal with climate change: **Vulnerable Twenty (V20) Group of Ministers of Finance of the Climate Vulnerab

World’s First Online Climate Summit

World’s First Online Climate Summit World leaders are set to participate in an innovative climate change summit that will take place entirely online which makes it a carbon neutral summit. By contrast, the UN's COP21 climate talks in Paris in 2015 generated about 43,000 tons of carbon dioxide, although much of this was later offset through carbon-credit schemes. The Virtual Climate Summit is the brainchild of Marshall Islands President, whose nation

PARIS commitment: Climate Change  COP21

PARIS commitment: Climate Change  COP21 Part of: GS-III- Climate CHANGE  (PT-MAINS-PERSONALITY TEST) In 2015 COP21, also known as the 2015 Paris Climate Conference, for the first time in over 20 years of UN negotiations, aimed at keeping global warming below 2°C. The key vision of Paris Agreement was to keep global temperatures “well below” 2.0C (3.6F) above pre-industrial times and “seek to limit” even more, to 1.5C. It pledged to curb emissi

Virtual Climate Action

Virtual Climate Action Part of: GS-III- Climate change  (PT-MAINS-PERSONALITY TEST) Recently, the 4th edition of the virtual Ministerial on Climate Action was organised to advance discussions on implementation of the Paris Agreement under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The Ministerial: It was co-chaired by European Union, China and Canada. The participating countries exchanged their views on how they ar

Green-lighting ecological decimation amidst a pandemic

Green-lighting ecological decimation amidst a pandemic By, Chitrangada Choudhury is an independent journalist working on issues of the environment; Aniket Aga teaches Environmental Studies at Ashoka University Reasons for increase in pandemics * Few countries are witnessing such severe direct and indirect devastation on account of the COVID-19 pandemic as India. Yet, there is little attention on the roots of our vulnerability * Our vulnerabilities lie not just in the absence of equit

Research on Abscisic acid

IISER Bhopal scientists’ study on seed germination Introduction: A team of researchers at the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Bhopal, has conducted a study on seed germination that could have a major impact on agriculture in the long run by helping determine the optimum timing of seed germination and thus ensure high plant yields. The study focused on the interplay between plant hormones like Abscisic acid (ABA) which inhibit the sprouting of the see

China’s climate commitment: How significant is it for the planet, and India?

China’s climate commitment: How significant is it for the planet, and India? Context: China’s President Xi Jinping has promised that the country would be carbon net-zero by 2060, and has advanced the deadline for reaching emissions peak. What has China announced? Xi announced that China would be carbon net-zero by 2060. Net-zero is a state in which a country’s emissions are compensated by absorptions and removal of greenhouse gases from the atmosphere. A

Pricing and Taxing Carbon

Pricing and Taxing Carbon Introduction: After China, the largest GHG emitter, announced that it would balance out its carbon emissions with measures to offset them before 2060, the U.S. and India are next in the list to take actions. India along with the U.S, China and Japan are some of the countries that are hardest hit by climate impacts. In order to mitigate the condition and reduce the GHG emissions, one smart approach is pricing Carbon. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has

Reject this inequitable climate proposal

Reject this inequitable climate proposal Introduction: In an extraordinary move in climate diplomacy, UN Secretary General, delivering the Darbari Seth Memorial Lecture, at the Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), in New Delhi, called on India to make no new investment in coal after 2020. The UN Secretary General call for India to give up coal immediately and reduce emissions by 45% by 2030 is a call to de-industrialise the country and abandon the population to a permanent low-devel

Climate Change and Summits

Context: Climate Change is one of the most important topics for UPSC Prelims 2021 and it is also important for Mains Answer Writing for IAS Mains 2021. Hence, AspireIAS has come up with a comprehensive document for Climate Change. What is Climate? Weather is what conditions of the atmosphere are over a short period of time, and climate is how the atmosphere "behaves" over relatively long periods of time (like 100 years). Climate change is a complex problem, although Env

5 Year Anniversary on Paris Climate Change Summit

5 year Anniversary of Paris Agreement For complete Climate Change and their summits: Click here Context: Climate Change is one of the most important topics for UPSC Prelims 2021 and it is also important for Mains Answer Writing for IAS Mains 2021. Hence, AspireIAS has come up with a comprehensive document for Climate Change. The world gathered at the Climate Ambition Summit 2020 to celebrate and recognise our resolve in working towards a safer, more resilient world with net zero

UPSC Climate Change - The future of Climate Policies

UPSC Climate Change - The future of Climate Policies Context: Climate Change is one of the most important topics for UPSC Prelims 2021 and it is also important for Mains Answer Writing for IAS Mains 2021. Hence, AspireIAS has come up with a comprehensive document for Climate Change. 2021 will be the year for a new global climate policy and India has the soft power to bring together the high and low emitters. Among the ‘major economies’, India will meet its Paris Agreement

Analysis of Climate Change in India

Analysis of Climate Change in India Several parts of north India are in the grip of a severe cold wave. While winter may be longer and harsher in some regions due to La Niña, forecasters suggest that 2021 would still be among the Earth’s hottest years recorded. Rising temperatures have led to a sharp increase in climate extreme events in recent years. A recent report by the Council on Energy, Environment and Water found that 75% of districts in India, home to over half

India’s new draft “Arctic policy”

India’s new draft “Arctic policy” India has unveiled a new draft ‘Arctic’ policy that, among other things, commits to expanding scientific research, “sustainable tourism” and mineral oil and gas exploration in the Arctic region. India expects the Goa-based National Centre for Polar and Ocean Research to lead scientific research and act as a nodal body to coordinate among various scientific bodies to promote domestic scientific research capacities

USA and Paris Climate Deal

USA and Paris Climate Deal Joe Biden assumed office as President of the United States on January 20, 2021, and among the first orders he signed was one to restore America’s participation in the United Nations Paris Agreement on climate change. His decision on America’s return will take effect on February 19, which would be 107 days after its withdrawal under the Donald Trump administration became formal on November 4, 2020. Under President Barack Obama, the U.S. played an

Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure

CDRI is to be seen as an international knowledge platform. Here, countries can collaborate to make their existing and new infrastructure strong enough to withstand natural disasters. It tries to bring countries together to share and learn from the one another’s experiences to protect their infrastructure against disasters. The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) is operating as the interim secretariat of CDRI as of now. It is headquartered at Gurugram, India.

UNEP Report on Environmental crises

UNEP Report on Environmental crises Introduction Three environmental crises — climate change; nature loss; and the pollution of air, soil and water — add up to a planetary emergency that will cause far more pain than COVID-19 in the long-term. UNEP Report In 2020, the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) announced that, despite a dip in greenhouse gas emissions caused by the pandemic, the world is still headed for global warming of more than 3°C this century. T

Carbon Watch

It is India’s first app to assess the carbon footprint of an individual. Carbon footprint is the amount of greenhouse gases-especially carbon dioxide-released into the atmosphere by a particular human activity. Chandigarh became the first state or Union Territory in India to launch the mobile application Carbon Watch.

Declining Rainfall in Mawsynram

Why it rain highest in Mawsynram? Because of the uneven relief of India due to the presence of a number of hill ranges, the monsoon is not able to shed its moisture evenly over India. Windward sides receive more rainfall and leeward sides receive less rainfall. Mawsynram lies in the funnel-shaped depression caused by the Khasi range in Meghalaya. The Bay of Bengal branch of monsoons is trapped in it and causes heavy rainfall. Decreasing rainfall trends The research analyse

Global Governance on climate change

Global Governance on climate change Introduction Joe Biden as U.S. President has catapulted climate change to the top of the global agenda, allowing him to keep his promise to “lead a major diplomatic push” to increase global climate ambition. The U.S.’s moves Interestingly, the U.S. is not just striding back to the Obama signature achievement of the Paris Accord with its voluntary commitments but also to the Bush days. This is, perhaps, best evidenced b

Green Bonds

India has announced its intention to achieve all the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) by 2030. The first green bond was issued in 2015. This is an alternative to Kuznets hypothesis that is used by the developed countries to achieve SDG goals Green bond is a fixed-income instrument designed specifically to support specific climate-related or environmental projects. Green bond market in India include: Corporates issue green bonds for a period of 3-5 years

Data on Climate Change

Data on Climate Vulnerability Ranking by various organizations of India’s Climate Vulnerability Status: HSBC ranking(2018) Placed India at TOP among 67 nations in Climate vulnerability. Germanwatch(2020) India ranked 5th among 181 nations in terms of climate risk . India is 3rd largest Carbon Emitter after China and USA. Incidents supporting same: 2013 Glacial flooding in Uttarakhand Heat wave in Delhi Hyderabad. 2018 Chennai Kerala Floods. Elsewhere

Indian Collaborative Research in Antarctica

It is an Indo-Japanese project that was initiated during 2019 to reconstruct the past-climate. In 2019  India-Japan under the aegis of National Center for Polar and Ocean Research and National Institute of Polar Research signed an MoU to share and carry out R & D in Antarctica Objective of SONIC To understand the ice sheet variability at the Schirmacher Oasis to examine East Antarctic Ice Sheet sensitivity and its response to glacial-interglacial cycles To assess the v

The Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure (CDRI)

The Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure (CDRI) Background The idea behind the CDRI was announced by Mr Modi in 2016 at the Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction (AMCDRR). The CDRI was launched by Prime Minister Modi in September 2019 at the UN Climate Action Summit. There, he declared India’s intention to work with partner countries and important stakeholders to create a coalition to work towards the ambition of improving the disaster resilience o

Carbon Neutrality-Why shouldn’t India adopt it?

Carbon Neutrality-Why shouldn’t India adopt it? Introduction At the latest count by the non-profit Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit (ECIU), at the beginning of April, 32 countries had declared their proposed intention to achieve carbon neutral status by mid-century. Of these, only eight have any firm status, the rest being in the form of proposed legislation or mentions in policy documents. Since some months ago, the UN Secretary General is urging all countries, especiall

Antarctica’s Thwaites Glacier is Melting

Researchers at a Sweden University released a new finding related to the melting of the Thwaites Glacier. About Thwaites Glacier: Thwaites Glacier is a 120 km wide, fast-moving glacier located in Antarctica. Because of its size (1.9 lakh square km), it contains enough water to raise the world sea level by more than half a meter. It’s melting already contributes 4% to global sea-level rise each year. It is estimated that it would collapse into the sea in 200-900 years. S

National Climate Vulnerability Assessment Report

National Climate Vulnerability Assessment Report The report titled ‘Climate Vulnerability Assessment for Adaptation Planning in India Using a Common Framework’, was released by DST, which identifies the most vulnerable states and districts in India with respect to current climate risk and key drivers of vulnerability. A total of 94 representatives from 24 states and 2 Union Territories participated in the nation-wide exercise jointly supported by the DST and the Swiss Agency

National Climate Vulnerability Assessment Report

The Department of Science and Technology (DST) has recently released the National climate vulnerability assessment report. About National Climate Vulnerability Assessment Report: The National Climate Vulnerability Assessment Report identifies the most vulnerable states and districts in India, as per the current climate risk and key drivers of vulnerability. Report uses several key drivers of Vulnerability for the assessment- 1) percentage of the population living below the pover

The Global Climate 2020

The Global Climate 2020 GS-Paper-3: Environment – UPSC PRELIMS – Mains Application World Meteorological Organization (WMO) released its annual State of the Global Climate for 2020 on April 20, 2021. Irrespective of the widespread surmise that lockdowns and shutdowns to curb the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic would lower emissions and reduce the impact on climate, the report has scary findings. According to the report: Extreme weather combined with

Global Climate Risk Index 2021

Global Climate Risk Index 2021 GS-Paper-3: Environment – UPSC PRELIMS – Mains Application The Global Climate Risk Index analyses to what extent countries and regions have been affected by impacts of weather-related loss events (storms, floods, heat waves etc.). The report is annually released by Germanwatch, an environmental think tank and sustainable development lobbyist.  The 16th edition of the Global Climate Risk Index was released on January 25, 2021. The Global CRI 2

Shift in Earth’s Axis-Climate Change

Shift in Earth’s Axis-Climate Change GS-Paper-3: Environment – UPSC PRELIMS – Mains Application A new study has added shifting of Earth’s axis to the list of consequences of climate change, which already includes rising sea levels, heat waves, melting glaciers and storms. While this change is not expected to affect daily life, it can change the length of the day by a few milliseconds. Earth’s Axis The Earth’s axis of rota

Methane Emissions- Global Methane Assessment & Climate Change

Methane Emissions- Global Methane Assessment & Climate Change GS-Paper-3: Environment and climate change – UPSC PRELIMS – Mains Application “Human-caused methane emissions must be cut by 45 per cent to avoid the worst effects of climate change, a new United Nations report has said” Such a cut would prevent a rise in global warming by up to 0.3 degrees Celsius by 2045, the report added. It would also prevent 260,000 premature deaths, 775,000 asthma-related hos

Green contracts

Green contracts Introduction This article focuses on how Indian corporations can be a major character in the country’s story of sustainable growth. Need for green contracts As both consumers and corporations reap the benefits of large-scale manufacturing and services, they must equally share the responsibilities relating to the loss of resources and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Some corporations contribute a fair share to building a clean and sustainable future.

Climate Change- Saudi Green Initiative and Middle East Green Initiative

Climate Change- Saudi Green Initiative and Middle East Green Initiative Introduction To combat climate change, Saudi Arabia has launched the Saudi Green Initiative and Middle East Green Initiative. Progress towards goals The two recent initiatives launched by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Deputy Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, to combat the threat of climate change — the ‘Saudi Green Initiative’ and the ‘Middle East Gre

Leaders’ Summit on Climate- India-US Clean Energy Agenda 2030 Partnership

Leaders’ Summit on Climate- India-US Clean Energy Agenda 2030 Partnership Introduction Recently, the Leaders' Summit on Climate was convened by the US President virtually. 40 world leaders were invited to the event to underscore the urgency of stronger climate action. UN COP 26 United Nations Climate Change Conference, Conference of the Parties 26 (COP 26) in November 2021 in Glasgow, Scotland. India-US Clean Energy Age

Why do some corals withstand climate change better than others?

Why do some corals withstand climate change better than others? In 2014 and 2015, the brown rice coral in Hawaii was completely bleached, but the blue rice coral recovered quickly after bleaching, and blue coral was unaffected by the elevated ocean temperatures. Researchers from the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, U.S., have now decoded the reason for this resilience. Hawaiian blue rice corals have a deep blue pigment derived from algae called zooxanthellae that live inside t

Climate crisis to hit sooner

Climate crisis to hit sooner What is the news? Climate change will fundamentally reshape life on Earth in the coming decades, even if humans can tame planet-warming greenhouse gas emissions, according to a landmark draft report from the UN’s climate science advisers obtained by AFP Earlier models predicted that we were not likely to see Earth-altering climate change before 2100. But the UN draft report says that prolonged warming even beyond the threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius

Climate Change Impact on Health

With the monsoon making a revival over several parts of India, there is a rise in lightning-linked deaths. Over the years, the Home Ministry’s statistics consistently cited lightning as the biggest natural disaster-linked killer in India. The recent statistics from the National Crime Records Bureau, from 2019, said that year, there were 8,145 deaths in the country attributable to forces of nature. Of these, 35.3% deaths were reported due to ‘lightning’, 15.6% deaths du

Climate change has added over 1,000 lakes in Swiss Alps: study

Climate change has added over 1,000 lakes in Swiss Alps: study Glaciers there lost a full 2% of their volume last year alone Climate change has dramatically altered the Swiss Alp landscape — at a quicker pace than expected — as melting glaciers have created more than 1,000 new lakes across the mountains, a study published on Monday showed. The inventory of Swiss Glacial lakes showed that almost 1,200 new lakes have formed in formerly glaciated regions of the Swiss Alps sinc

The IITM-ESM Model (Earth System Model)

The IITM-ESM Model (Earth System Model) Government has developed an indigenous climate model to predict the impact of climate change on monsoon in the country. A state-of-the-art Earth System Model (ESM) has been developed at the Centre for Climate Change Research (CCCR), Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM) under the Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES). The model development was done by the scientists at IITM Pune in collaboration with international research community. Th

Pensilungpa glacier of Zanskar valley is retreating

The Pensilungpa Glacier located in Ladakh’s Zanskar Valley is retreating due to increase in temperature and decrease in precipitation during winters, a recent study has found. Since 2015, the Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology (WIHG) at Dehradun, an autonomous body under the Department of Science and Technology, has been working on various aspects on glaciology – glacier health (mass balance) monitoring, dynamics, discharge, past climatic conditions, speculation for futur

'Climate Change 2021: The Physical Science Basis' IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report

The Sixth Assessment Report has been finalised and approved by 234 authors and 195 governments and updates the scientific consensus on extreme weather, human attribution, the carbon budget, feedback cycles, and charts the future state of the climate since the Fifth Assessment Report of 2014. The 3,000-plus-page report said warming is already accelerating sea level rise and worsening extremes such as heatwaves, droughts, floods and storms. The Indian Ocean is warming at a higher rate th

Delhi metro earned Rs. 19.5 crore from Carbon credits

Read the complete topic on Climate change on this link and then read this news. The Delhi Metro has earned ?19.5 crore from sale of 3.55 million carbon credits collected over a period of six years from 2012 to 2018, in its bid towards gaining greater energy efficiency. In 2007, Delhi Metro became the first Metro or Railway project in the world to be registered by the United Nations under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), which enabled it to claim carbon credits for its Regenerative

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