A study suggests that India and China are under the way to becoming the global bests in reducing carbon discharges.
Climate Action Tracker revealed the data in recent past which says that India and China are following the Paris agreement pledges of dropping global carbon discharges. Both countries are quickly chasing the pledges. Parish Agreement states reduction of carbon emission by two to three billion tons by the year 2030.
The Climate Action Tracker also said that In case India follows the policies which were announced recently, this will bring the great difference and in next 10 years, it will reduce CO2 discharges.
The New York Times said in an editorial that India and China have been seen as non-cooperative in recent past against climate change battle, however, it has changed now and both nations have significantly expedited savings in low-cost renewable energy sources also decreased dependence on remnant coals. In this run, USA seems lagging behind.