Experts discuss Action Plan on climate change
Jammu, Jan 3: To discuss and finalize the draft on Action Plan on Climate Change, a meeting of Expert Committee of J&K State Action Plan on Climate Change was held under the chairmanship of Director Environment, Ecology and Remote Sensing, Jammu, Suresh Chugh here today.
Climate Change Expert, Jagdish Kishwan and Ex ADG, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India was the chief guest on the occasion.
Suresh Chugh informed that as a part of the National Action Plan on Climate Change, every state has to prepare its own Action Plan for Climate Change, taking into consideration the local requirements of the state. The draft of State Action Plan has been prepared by the GIZ (A German Firm) consultants IRG Pvt. Ltd in consultation with the Stakeholders of the State.
The recommendations of the experts will be discussed in the Executive Council meeting of the State Council on Climate Change to be chaired by the state’s Chief Secretary.
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