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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi wore an eco-friendly jacket made from recycled materials to the G7 Summit on Sunday. The jacket was made using used pet bottles that were crushed and melted to produce yarn, which was then infused with color to create the fabric. This production technique significantly reduces emissions.

    During the G-7 Summit, PM Modi attended a session on “Working Together to Address Multiple Crises.” He emphasized the need to transform the development model that is based on consumerism and utilize natural resources holistically. According to PM Modi, the development model should open up opportunities for growth rather than obstruct developing nations’ development.

    PM Modi also stressed developing a fresh approach to natural farming as a replacement for fertilizers globally. He added that every farmer in the world should be able to benefit from digital technology. They should work to relate organic food to nutrition and health, separating it from fashion and business.

    At the Quad Summit, PM Modi emphasized the need for swift and extensive transformations across all sectors and systems. He made a bold five-point “Panchamrit” vow at the COP26 meeting in Glasgow in 2021, including achieving 500 GW of non-fossil electrical generation, sourcing 50% of all energy needs from renewable sources, and cutting emissions by 1 billion tonnes by 2030. India also wants to cut its GDP’s emissions intensity by 45% and pledges to have zero emissions by 2070.

    At the Quad meeting in Tokyo, US President Joe Biden and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese challenged PM Modi by claiming to be inundated with invitations to events where he will be speaking. The US President even said he would like PM Modi’s autograph.

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