Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar today launched a website specially created for putting up Indias stand and efforts in the run up to the climate change Summit to be held in Paris later this month.
The website outlining government's initiatives to curb climate change brings most of its content in the form of videos that can be shared on personal social media channels. "The website includes our Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs), the appreciation received from the world over and comments on our INDCs," Javadekar said in a statement.
The website is built on a 'break away and play' architecture where each page, story or section can be shared by viewers anywhere in the world. "It contains over 300GB of data in films, reports and pictures.
The thrust is to provide rich content in the form of short films to engage the audience and retain their interest in going through all the material presented," it said. There are six links at the top band of the website. The first link is on Indias INDCs.
The link on Science Express takes the visitor to the respective website of the initiative. The reports section currently displays links to four reports published by the Ministry and also the Earth Overshoot Report by the Global Footprint Network.
The fourth one is a collection of videos on Indias initiatives and goes by the same name. The Event link on the title bar will be a showcase of all the proposed side events at the India Pavilion of CoP21. The Media Centre acts as an integrated resource pool for journalists from around the world.