CO2 is a greenhouse gas and a pollutant.

It has a strong effect on climate change and is one of the main drivers of climate change.

It is the main contributor to global warming and is a major contributor to air pollution.

CO2 pollution is a threat to the health of humans and to ecosystems.

The government has set up the CO2 Monitoring Centre, which monitors and assesses CO2 levels.

The centre also monitors and collects and records CO2 concentrations in drinking water.

The monitoring centre also collects data from a number of other facilities and sources including power plants, road and railroads, and gas stations.

A number of initiatives are currently underway to reduce CO2 emissions from the electricity sector, including: setting up a CO2 reduction strategy for the entire country.

This will include setting a target for electricity sector CO2 reductions, and will also include a target to reduce electricity consumption by 30 per cent by 2030, a target that has been agreed by the government.

The CO2 monitoring centre has been in operation for more than 10 years and has monitored CO2 from various sources, including coal and gas production.

The data collected by the COII Monitoring Centre has been used in the development of several programmes for reducing CO2, including the National Carbon Budget and the COExpo programme.

The state government has established the COX-I programme, which is aimed at reducing COX emissions from power generation and will be implemented from 2020.

This programme will aim to achieve an average reduction in CO2 of around 30 per,cent in 2020.

The main goal of this programme is to achieve the national target of cutting CO2 by 40 per cent in 2020 and by 30-35 per cent over the next five years.

The other main objective is to reduce emissions from transport sector and from industry.

The national target for CO2 emission reduction is 30 per per cent from 2020, while the state targets for reducing emissions from other sectors are 40 per, cent in 2021, 45 per cent on 2022, 50 per cent under the third year of the program and 75 per cent for the fourth year.

In 2020, the government has committed to achieve a reduction of CO2 intensity from coal-fired power generation by 25 per cent.

This is a very ambitious target.

The National Coal Board of India has also set up a carbon reduction programme for the country, and has set a target of reducing CO 2 emissions from electricity generation by 30 to 40 per one per cent of the national power generation capacity by 2020.

Coal is the major source of CO 2 pollution.

In fact, the world is the largest producer of CO two , with China the second largest.

The emissions from coal have been growing rapidly over the past five years and have surpassed that of the emission from all sources of energy in 2016.

Coal power plants are the biggest source of emissions from all of India, and the amount of CO that is released into the atmosphere is a substantial part of this.

The Indian government is trying to address this issue by setting targets for reduction in the power sector.

Coal will be banned from new and existing power stations in 2020, and it will be phased out by 2022.

It will also be banned in new power stations.

In addition, coal mining has been banned in the national capital, New Delhi, and all major towns and cities in the state.

India will set up an Action Plan for CO 2 Emissions Reduction.

The Action Plan will be in place from January 1, 2020, to March 31, 2021, and aims to achieve at least a 40 per to 50 per one cent reduction in emissions from existing and new power plants by 2020 from coal, natural gas, nuclear and renewable energy sources.

The State Energy Regulatory Commission will also set targets for the implementation of the National Action Plan.

In January, the State Government issued a proposal to establish a national action plan for CO emissions reduction, and in June, the National Energy Regulatory Authority announced the formation of a joint working group to look at the issues of CO emissions.

The joint working groups will be looking at the CO emissions issue from power plants to the environment and also from other sources, and this will be a part of the government’s response to the CO emission reduction agenda.

The coal industry is an important sector of India’s economy.

The power sector is the primary source of greenhouse gas emissions in India.

Coal produces around 70 per cent, or around 15 per cent per year, of India ‘s CO2 production.

Coal plants produce around 10 per cent and around 4 per cent CO2 per year respectively.

Coal and gas are also the main sources of CO, and coal consumption in India is projected to increase by a huge amount in the coming decades.

However, coal plants are still relatively small in number, and they produce about one-third of India s total coal consumption.

India has around 60 million coal plants in operation, and most of these are coal- and gas-fired plants.

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