Environmental Protection Plan, a major piece of India’s environmental agenda, could be scrapped

The Indian government has drafted a new environmental protection policy for the country, the third of its kind in decades.

The draft of the draft comes in a major document known as the National Greenfield Strategy (NGSS) which was submitted to the National Council for Science and Technology (NCST) in May.

This is the third draft of an ambitious agenda which aims to ensure the health and well-being of India by developing a national and global environmental framework.

It is expected to be finalised by the National Climate Change Authority by October.

This year’s agenda includes a pledge to create the world’s largest marine reserve, and a commitment to combat climate change by creating the world first green energy network.

The government has also decided to set up a new centre for environmental and climate policy and action.

The NGSS also includes a national plan to address the climate change challenges and the environment degradation, with a focus on the vulnerable.

The blueprint includes a new national action plan to combat pollution in cities, states and municipalities.

The policy aims to create a more sustainable and prosperous future for India.

It also proposes a number of initiatives for improving the livelihood of people and the economy, including measures to provide access to clean water and sanitation, improve health and education, and reduce pollution.

Among the major goals, the government has set the ambitious target of building 1.6 million hectares of renewable forest cover, which will help the country meet its targets to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases.

However, the plan does not mention any specific amount of forest, though the plan says it will be a major factor in making a substantial contribution to the reduction of CO2 emissions.

There is also a plan to increase the capacity of rural communities and communities of colour to produce and sell their own food, and to use green and biodegradable packaging for packaging.

The focus on green energy The NSSS also calls for setting up the world-first green energy sector, a new renewable energy sector which would help in developing the country’s renewable energy.

It will also develop and implement a national action plans to reduce the use of fossil fuels, reduce the pollution of the air, and improve the quality of life of the people.

The new energy sector will be able to deliver an extra 1.5 billion litres of green energy per annum.

The green energy infrastructure would be integrated into the existing power grids and be integrated in the National Power Grid.

The national power grid would also be linked to the existing national power network, which would allow for the use and storage of energy generated from renewable sources.

The plan also proposes the setting up of a National Solar Power Corporation (NSPC), a solar energy company with a stake of at least 50% in the new energy grid.

The NSPC will be responsible for generating the electricity and transmission lines that would connect the renewable energy projects to the grid.

While the government does not include the NSPC in its policy, the NSS is expected in its blueprint to set the new solar energy industry up, which is expected by the end of this year.

The central government is also likely to establish a new National Solar Energy Authority.

The National Solar Commission, which aims at providing a central mechanism for the implementation of the National Solar Policy, has been set up under the NPSS.

The proposal has also envisaged a National Renewable Energy Corporation (NREC) which will provide solar energy for national power grids.

NRECs have already been set-up in various states and territories, including Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka.

There are also plans to set-ups of renewable energy companies in the rest of the country.

The environmental protection and climate protection The NPS is also expected to address some of the issues of concern to the environment.

It has set up the new National Environmental Policy (NEP), which aims for a national approach to environmental issues, including climate change.

This new NEP is expected later this year and will also help in the development of an environmental framework for India, which it says will ensure that the environment is protected, preserved and managed for the benefit of the society.

This will include developing the environmental policy framework for the environment of the nation.

The NEP will also be tasked with establishing the National Action Plan for the Environment and the Economy.

This plan is expected this year to be a part of the NGSs final draft.

It aims to provide a roadmap to the development and implementation of a comprehensive national environmental policy by 2021.

The document also seeks to improve the functioning of the environment sector and ensure the protection of natural resources.

The Government of India has also committed to improve India’s efficiency in achieving its national development objectives.

The country is also planning to establish an Inter-agency Council on the Environment for implementation of various national policies.

These will include a new framework for environmental protection, as well as measures to address climate change and the impacts of climate change, which the government is expected next