India and Finland have signed a memorandum of cooperation for environment protection. The agreement is aimed at bringing in the latest technologies and best practices to ensure better environment and wildlife protection as well as conservation. It also seeks climate change mitigation. According to the memorandum, the countries will together work on projects related to air and water pollution prevention and purification, waste management, climate change, low-carbon solutions, sustainable management of natural resources, conservation of marine and coastal resources and integrated water management of oceanic or sea islands. Moreover, the agreement will promote bilateral cooperation in the tourism sector for safe and sustainable tourism. Over the past year, India has signed such bilateral agreements with many countries. Recently, MoUs were signed with France, Morocco and Guyana for the expansion of renewable energy. The country has also signed agreements with Fiji and Greece to further the development of clean energy and reduce the carbon footprint for a sustainable future.