In Short : There could be several reasons behind this stance. It’s possible that GTRI believes India’s current commitments or efforts are appropriate and that the country should focus on implementing existing measures rather than taking on new obligations. Another possibility is that GTRI may advocate for a more deliberate and strategic approach, suggesting that India should carefully assess its capacity and resources before committing to new climate actions.
In Detail : New Delhi : India should not take new commitments at the ongoing United Nations COP28 climate talks in Dubai and continue its green transition without additional assurances, think tank GTRI suggested on Thursday.
The climate conference is being held at the Dubai Expo City from November 30 to December 12.
The Global Trade Research Initiative (GTRI) said that India has already made significant commitments at COP27 (Conference of Parties) and the Paris Agreement, aligning with its Long-term Low Emissions and Development Strategy.