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VantablackSabbath6 karma

more than 70% of new demands are met with renewables

So would it be correct to say that India is doing well considering the circumstances, better than to be expected of it?

VantablackSabbath3 karma

Pushing the breaks on coal is all well and good, but, realistically, what according to you and other environmental journalists is a better alternative? Like, right now? If India immediately stopped using coal, that would be amazing for the environment, but how would the people get power? If far richer countries have been unable to do anything about it, what makes you think India can, or should? I think the present government is actually going comparatively really well on this complex issue given the circumstances, but what can realistically be done further?

VantablackSabbath2 karma

So basically what you're saying is that not only is there a good solution, it is already being naturally put into effect by market forces, and the problem will naturally be solved before it becomes too big an issue?