India has no shortage of coal-burning power plants, but India has a problem with CO2.

In 2016, the country produced a whopping 2.7 million metric tons of CO2, and it is expected to double by 2025, according to a report from the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI).

The report noted that a combination of factors has led to the increase in CO2 in India, including the expansion of industrial sectors, the implementation of the Coal India scheme, the growth in India’s population and its burgeoning population of middle class citizens.

These factors are the reasons why India’s carbon emissions have increased significantly in the past few years, according the report.

And that’s not even counting the coal power plant shutdowns and coal power plants that India’s government is still building.

“It’s not just a CO2 problem,” said Arvind Panagariya, director of the Climate Policy Institute at Harvard University, to Business Insider.

“India has a CO 2 problem.

They are burning coal at a higher rate, they are pumping CO2 into the atmosphere, they’re burning coal and they are polluting the atmosphere.”

India is not the only country in the world to have a problem at producing CO2 at a high rate.

The U.K., Germany and France are also facing high CO2 levels and have been building new coal-fired power plants to fill the gap.

“If you’re looking at what’s going on in the United States, if you’re going to talk about coal and CO2 it’s going to be coal plants,” said the International Energy Agency’s Dr. Richard Alley.

“But it’s also coal plants that are polluters of the atmosphere and therefore of the environment.”

The United States is currently the world’s largest coal exporter.

And with all of the coal plants built, the U.S. is currently producing roughly 12.5 billion metric tons (Mt) of CO 2 per year.

“So it’s a very large number, and I think that it’s probably well above the number that the government is talking about,” said Alley.

The reason coal plants have such a large carbon footprint, said Alley, is that the plants have to be built in the first place.

“Coal plants aren’t necessarily going to have to produce the same amount of carbon that are natural gas plants are going to produce,” said David Wessel, a professor of environmental economics at Stanford University.

“The natural gas is basically going to do it all for you.

So the natural gas plant is a different problem altogether.

It’s a big problem for the environment.

The coal plant is very different.

It is the single largest source of CO pollution in the country, and the coal plant, you know, has the potential to make a very big difference in the climate.”

Wessel said that the coal industry is responsible for the largest amount of CO emissions in the U: “Coalfields and the natural resource extraction are the major contributors to CO2,” he said.

“Natural gas is a bit more complex, but the coal production is a little bit more complicated.

Coal is a carbon-intensive product, but it’s the single biggest carbon polluter in the state.”

The coal power generation sector in the US has grown exponentially since 2008, and its growth has made it one of the most polluting in the entire country.

The United Nations estimates that more than 3 million tons of carbon dioxide were released in the power sector in 2015 alone.

“That’s a lot of CO that has been emitted,” said Wessel.

“And I think it’s actually a lot more than we are actually accounting for.”

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has seen a steady increase in the amount of coal that is being burned and the amount that is produced in the nation.

In fact, since 2008 the country has produced nearly twice as much CO2 as it did in 2012, according TOI’s analysis of data from the US Energy Information Administration.

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and Germany are facing such large carbon emissions problems.

“We’ve been building coal plants for a long time,” said Dr. Panagarisya.

“I mean, I think what we’re really talking about is a continuation of a trend.

The fact that we’re burning more coal is not a new trend.

In a lot, the coal is going to remain in the ground for a very long time.”

And coal has always been the most expensive fuel for producing electricity.

In many countries around the world, it is considered the cheapest fuel to burn and it has been a part of many countries’ energy supply for hundreds of years.

“You’ve got to understand that coal is a natural gas product,” said Panagirisya.

But coal is also a greenhouse gas, meaning that it has a long-term negative impact on the climate.

“What is the most important thing that we need to