India Proposes G20 Satellite Mission for Global Climate Observation

India Proposes G20 Satellite Mission for Global Climate Observation
India Proposes G20 Satellite Mission for Global Climate Observation
India Proposes G20 Satellite Mission for Global Climate Observation
India Proposes G20 Satellite Mission for Global Climate Observation

India Proposes G20 Satellite Mission for Global Climate Observation

India Proposes G20 Satellite Mission for Global Climate Observation. Image/PTI

In a groundbreaking move aimed at fostering international cooperation and addressing pressing environmental challenges, India has put forth a visionary proposal during the G20 Leaders’ Summit. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, surrounded by esteemed world leaders such as US President Joe Biden, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, and South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa, presented the idea of launching a G20 Satellite Mission for Environment and Climate Observation.

A Vision for the Global South

Prime Minister Modi’s proposal underscores India’s commitment to leveraging technology and collaboration for the greater good, particularly in assisting countries of the global south. This ambitious initiative aligns with India’s track record of advancing space exploration and data sharing, reminiscent of the success achieved through India’s Chandrayaan moon mission.

Sharing Climate and Weather Data Globally

The G20 satellite mission, as envisioned by PM Modi, has a noble objective: to provide climate and weather data that will be accessible to nations across the world. With a particular emphasis on extending this valuable information to countries in the Global South, India’s proposal embodies the spirit of international solidarity and cooperation.

An Inclusive Invitation to the G-20

In his address at the G20 Leaders Summit, Prime Minister Modi extended an open invitation to all G-20 member countries to join this transformative initiative. By inviting collective participation, India aims to create a network of nations dedicated to leveraging space technology for the betterment of our planet.

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