In the past few months, India has seen an increase in air travel and the country is still at a disadvantage compared to other countries in the world, but we still need to do more.

We need to develop air transportation systems that are better at controlling emissions and mitigating the impact of climate change, especially for India.

The country has some of the lowest CO2 emissions in the developing world and, for instance, its emission reduction targets for 2030 are almost all for non-coal-fired power plants, which are largely the same as those for coal-fired plants.

But India also has the largest number of renewable energy sources, including hydropower and biomass, and the most developed solar energy industry in the country.

These are two sectors that can be a big part of improving air transportation.

The most significant obstacle is the lack of a global system that helps the country to achieve its emissions reduction targets.

India’s emissions have fallen by about 25 percent from 2030, according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

The World Trade Organization (WTO) has set emission limits for different sectors of the economy in 2020.

The most important thing to do is to make sure that these targets are being met.

India has already been moving to meet them.

India has pledged to reduce emissions by more than 20 percent below its target by 2030, with a goal to meet those targets in 50 percent of the country by 2020.

But that may not be enough.

The world needs a new, ambitious system for controlling CO2 that can reduce India’s CO2 pollution in the same time.

The first step is to reduce the power plant emissions.

India is currently using about 70 percent of its electricity from coal, but there is a lack of transparency about how that has been achieved.

India was supposed to increase that to 70 percent by 2030 and 90 percent by 2040, but the government has not done that.

This is a huge obstacle for India to meet its 2020 emission reduction target.

The second step is the emission reduction in the transportation sector.

India will need to build a network of airports that can handle more than 500,000 passenger flights per year and connect to major cities and regions.

The world’s most populous country has already invested in this infrastructure.

It is currently planning to build the first airport in the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, which is a major hub for the country’s airports and a major airport hub in the Indian state and national capital, Delhi.

India also has an ambitious plan to improve air transportation between major cities in the city of Delhi.

The country has recently launched the Delhi Metro, which will link Mumbai and New Delhi.

But the project has been delayed by the failure of Indian Railways to meet the project’s commitments, which were to be done by 2020 and 2025.

The third step is improving the air quality.

We know that CO2 from fossil fuels contributes to smog, but how do we reduce the levels of air pollution when we have to deal with other sources of CO2 like particulates, particles of dust, nitrogen oxides, and volatile organic compounds.

India also does not have a clear national strategy for the regulation of COII.

In the last decade, India developed a system of “green standards” to help control pollution in major cities.

But India also needs to do better.

It has also invested heavily in renewable energy and biomass.

However, India still has not taken any significant steps in this direction.