Following the deal of Historical Paris Climate Change Protocol, 197 nations are agreed to collaborate in reducing the greenhouse effect on the Mother Earth by phasing out HFCs systems from the refrigeration sector. In an amendment to the Montreal Protocol – endorsed on Saturday in Kigali, Rwanda by 197 signatories nations will start to decrease their use of HFCs by 2019 and India is one of them.
India’s support for the international Paris Climate Change Deal will decrease the intensity of the greenhouse gasses equivalent to shutting one-6th of its thermal power stations throughout the following 35 years. As per the published statistics of IndiaSpend, this new pact if carried out successfully will eliminate the volume of discharging carbon dioxide from thermal power stations which in other ways will protect the environmental balance all through the world.
In this deal, India has agreed to trim down the production and employment of HFCs systems and will drag this rule into power in 2028. Just to recall, India is one of the topmost greenhouse gas producers in the world, and this rule will be a more determined plan to phase down HFCs which is the primary source of greenhouse gas. As per a press release by Climate Action Network International, this deal is more determined and go-getting than the previously signed pacts and India if perfectly implement it can trim down the primary source of global warming.
As said by Vaibhav Chaturvedi, an Associate at Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW), a New Delhi-based research institute, India under the new contract signed in Rwanda, will condense 75% of its snowballing HFC production between 2015 and 2050, and it will surely bring some reformations in the current state of global warming.
The legally binding deal has been signed by 197 nations under the flagship of the USA in Rwanda on October 15, 2016 and the deal is to eliminate the massive production and consumption of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) which is a part of greenhouse gasses that can boost up the intensity of global warming potential up to 12,000 times more than the carbon dioxide (CO2) does. As officially declared, this rule of Phasing down HFCs from refrigeration units T will come into force on January 1, 2019, and steer clear of the release of 70 billion tons of CO2 corresponding globally.