NEW DELHI: As part of the green strategic partnership signed with India last year, Denmark is collaborating across sectors such as wind energy, drinking water management and smart cities, says Denmark’s Ambassador to India Freddy Svane. Expressing concern over climate change on World Environment Day, he told StratNews Global Editor-in-Chief Nitin A. Gokhale that all countries must deliver on commitments they made in Paris in 2018 as part of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. There’s need to have green financing in place to help countries like India to make the transition towards a greener future, he added.
Film buff. Sports enthusiast. Keen observer of life. Writes for a living; analyses defence and foreign policy as a professional. 37 years in journalism: from print to broadcast and from web to social media, have had the opportunity to dabble across mediums. Love to experiment with startups. That’s me, Nitin Anant Gokhale.
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