Union Minister Bhupendra Yadav hailed Gujarat as an example of environmentally responsible development while he was addressing the National Conference of Ministers of Environment, Forest, and Climate Change (MoEFCC), which took place over the course of two days.
The Minister of the Union has stated that “It is only appropriate that the gathering takes place in the sacred land of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel, the individual who is credited with founding the concept of “One India” (EK Bharat) and “One Nation” (Shreshtha Bharat). The Minister continued by praising Gujarat as an example of environmentally responsible growth.”
The conference was held on September 23 and 24 in Ekta Nagar, which is located in the state of Gujarat. The Union Minister of India stated that there were representatives present at the summit from each of India’s 33 different states.
According to him, a large number of invited dignitaries, researchers, technical experts, and officials from the Ministry of Environment, Forest, and Climate Change were present at the event. Other attendees included the Secretaries and Chairman of Pollution Control Boards, the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests, the Directors of 17 institutions under MoEFCC, and many other individuals. At the end of the conference which lasted for two days, the Union Minister gave a report on all of the many discussions and panels that had been held.
“The total of four speeches were presented during the course of the two-day conference, which started on September 23 and was opened by the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi. To begin, we had a conversation on the basics, which included topics such as Mission Life, the Circular Economy, Ease of Doing Business, and Pro-environmental development. The next subject up for debate was the National Plan on Climate Change, during which time different states were given the opportunity to express their perspectives and offer suggestions “minister for the union made the observation.
“Parameswaran Iyer, the CEO of NITI Aayog, was the one who initially presented Mission LIFE. The second panel was titled “Plastic Management,” and it contained remarks and suggestions from state legislators regarding ways to lessen the amount of waste and pollution caused by plastic. During the third session, participants concentrated on the PARIVESH portal, where they went over each of the four clearances in greater depth. These clearances included environmental, wildlife, forest, and Coastal Regulation Zone “The Minister for the Union went on to provide further explanation.
According to the Minister, there were three different sessions on the 24th of September devoted to the subjects of biodiversity, wildlife management, and wetland conservation.
“Representatives from seventeen distinct organizations met at the same time to address the problem of air pollution and the means by which their organizations intend to investigate it, work together, and do research on the subject. The directors of seventeen different institutes that are linked with the Ministry got together and discussed a wide range of themes. It was discovered that agroforestry had the ability to substantially increase farmers’ earnings and to establish new employment opportunities “what the Minister of the Union had to say about the matter.
During his speech, the Minister of the Union said that the Ministry of Environment, Forestry, and Climate Change (MoEFCC) will be releasing a new and enhanced version of the PARIVESH webpage. Following the presentation that was made on this subject, the dignitaries each provided their insightful feedback on the matter.
Khijadia, which is located in the Jamnagar district of Gujarat, is one of the 75 wetland areas in India that were recognized as Ramsar sites during the 75th anniversary of India’s independence. This was highlighted by the Minister. At the conclusion of the meeting, all of the delegates reportedly signed a guarantee regarding all three topics, as stated by a representative for the BJP.
“To begin, all of the state governments and the federal government will work together to promote and disseminate Mission LiFE, which is an effort aimed at encouraging environmentally friendly lifestyles and was initiated by our Prime Minister. The second objective of the NDC that each state is required to achieve is tied to the preservation of wildlife and the expansion of green space. Third, the states and the central government came to an agreement to help locals and indigenous people increase their incomes and employment opportunities by promoting the production of agro-forestry products “remarked the Minister of the Union.
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The Minister went on to say that Sri Ravi Shankar was the one who led the meditation sessions and that in addition to being instructional, they were also meant to motivate and inspire participants.
The Minister concluded by remarking that everyone there got the opportunity to observe the tallest statue in the world in addition to cultural and traditional folk dances from Gujarat. He said this as a way to thank everyone for coming. The Ministers of Gujarat, Secretaries, and Officers who were present at the meeting were also recipients of his profound gratitude, which he expressed to them throughout the course of the conference. He thanked all of these individuals for attending the conference.
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