Is this the latest in a string of recent events?
As part of the ongoing campaign to reduce carbon emissions, the Indian government has announced an ambitious policy to encourage and protect forest ecosystems.
The government has put a cap on the carbon content of wood products including furniture and wood products used for building materials and is aiming to eliminate the use of all wood products from the country by 2022.
In the latest development in the campaign to promote forest ecosystems, a new policy announced by the government on Monday aims to create “a forest that is beautiful, green, and beautiful for all.”
It will also promote forest conservation through a system of green parks and nature reserves.
The policy aims to achieve this through initiatives such as setting up national parks, conserving the land of trees, planting forests, conservating the ecosystem of trees.
The Indian government aims to set up 100,000 forests across the country through the Forest Stewardship Council of India (FSCI) which will also set up more than 3,000 parks across the state.
The Indian Forest Development Authority (IFDA) will also be set up to ensure forest conservation.
The new policy, which was announced by Chief Minister of Jharkhand Keshubhai Patel, will help curb the emissions of greenhouse gases and tackle the threat of climate change.
It aims to save around 4,500 million hectares of forests in the next five years.
The new policy is also expected to improve the quality of forest by promoting the use and protection of forests.
According to the Ministry of Environment, the government is working on a national forest management plan and setting up of a national park to protect forest and wildlife.
The forest plan also aims to provide better services to forest users.
The plan is expected to provide the forest ecosystem with better protection from climate change, reduce forest degradation and help increase the availability of natural resources.
The government also plans to increase the amount of land allocated for forest management and forest conservation in the country, with a target of ensuring that forest management is made affordable for the people and also the environment.
The policy is expected, however, to have some drawbacks.
It is unlikely to affect people’s lives as the plan is being implemented on an individual basis and people can still make use of the land.
The cost of buying wood products and timber will also increase due to the cap on carbon content, and the government has to ensure that the wood products are not used in the construction industry.