Climate change is a crucial worldwide phenomenon that we see today which results due to several anthropogenic as well as natural activities.
Conference of Parties (COP 21) which was held in Paris in December 2015 aims to limit the global average temperature increase to 1.5⁰C. Limiting the warming to no more than 2⁰C will prevent devastating effects of global warming such as increase in the sea level and melting of glaciers. This is the first legally binding and universal agreement on climate change where nearly 190 countries had participated and presented their Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs).
Some of the INDCs presented by India were enhancing forests carbon sink, reduce emission intensity of GDP, cleaner economic development, adaptation component, sustainable lifestyle etc.
Taking into account the initiatives of India at CoP21, ENVIRTA aims to serve the best climate change mitigation strategies to all stakeholders and also renders its support for resource management through Environmental Economics, Policy and Regulation.