India has a reputation for being a country of green policies.
But as the world’s third largest economy, it has made the environmental movement one of its biggest economic drivers.
And as a result, the country has become a leader in the fight against climate change.
In fact, India has the most green jobs in the world, according to a report released on Tuesday by the Green Investment Council.
And this is partly due to the country’s success in encouraging clean energy.
In the year ending June 2018, India accounted for nearly 13% of the world economy, according a report by the Carbon Tracker Initiative, which tracks global carbon emissions.
This is a huge number for a country where emissions are expected to grow by an average of 8% this year, according the Climate Reality Project.
India also has one of the highest per capita consumption of electricity in the country.
It has the highest average per capita electricity consumption in the region, at 5.7 kilowatt hours per capita.
That compares with the region’s 2.6 kilowatts per capita in the United States.
But what is most important about India’s carbon footprints?
In the country, emissions come from a variety of sources, including electricity generation, transport, waste management, industrial and agricultural activities, and land use.
In addition, there are also a lot of natural gas plants and oil and gas operations.
For the energy sector, India is the second largest producer of natural energy, after the United Arab Emirates.
It also leads the world in oil-and-gas production, with an average output of 5.8 million barrels per day, according an article by the Energy Information Administration.
The country also has the second-highest oil-price-to-electricity ratio at 5:1.
India’s economy is expected to add about 1.5 million jobs in 2020, according Green India, which provides an energy-related index to help consumers compare the different energy sources in their homes and businesses.