Green India Mission aims to tackle climate change – Khaire

Kamptee :- Gujarat’s Ayurvedacharya Dr. Mahesh Mehta, member of Go Green India, senior leader of Bharatiya Kisan Janata Party and President of Avantika School of Home Science (Girls), M.N. Khaire was honored by providing a photo frame to Mata Dhanwantri.
On this occasion M.N. Khaire told about Green India Mission that Green India Mission is one of the eight missions of India to tackle the challenge of climate change. It was launched in February 2014 for security. Its aim is to restore India’s declining forest cover and be prepared to deal with the threat of climate change.
The objectives of the National Green India Mission include protecting, restoring and enhancing India’s declining forest cover, responding to climate change through a combination of adaptation as well as mitigation measures, increasing income from forest-based livelihoods, etc. should be brought in.