The Chemicals and pharmaceutical industries have been at the centre of Indian business and politics since the mid-20th century.
With over a billion consumers worldwide, and a burgeoning middle class, it is no surprise that the country’s chemical industry has a big role to play in the economy and the political landscape.
As a result, the industry has played a key role in both domestic and international politics.
The chemicals industry is also a big employer and a major contributor to the national economy, as it employs nearly 8 million people.
As the country struggles with climate change and pollution, there is growing concern over the health effects of these chemicals, and the impact on our health.
This has prompted the Government of India to step up efforts to address the problem.
As a result of the focus on the health, and its economic importance, the Indian Government has been pushing the government to develop a plan to control the industry’s emissions.
The Chemical Industry Emissions Control Act (COECA) was passed by the Government in 2016, and is a central plank of the government’s efforts to reduce air pollution.
What is COECA?
The Chemicals Emissions Controls Act (CEA) aims to set up a national regulatory framework for the emission of pollutants, which would allow for stricter emissions controls on chemicals that have a direct or indirect impact on human health.
The Act was passed with support from a $6.5 billion fund set up in 2016.
It also includes measures aimed at controlling the pollution from chemicals that are used in the manufacture of medicines and food products.
The Act is being hailed by environmental groups and activists as a key component of India’s environmental transformation, and as a step towards creating a green economy.
However, the Act is far from a panacea, as some states and regions have already set their own pollution controls, which are much stricter than those in the Indian COECA.
This is where the Industry Emission Control Act comes in.
According to a study by the Centre for Science and Environment, the proposed regulations would be more stringent than the COECA regulations and would require new chemical regulations to be created, and would be far stricter than the proposed amendments to the Chemical Act.
The COECA Regulations will be implemented by the Indian government through a draft regulation, which is due to be published by the end of 2017.
A draft regulation has been drawn up to establish a framework for COECA to implement.
The regulations will set out rules and regulations for the treatment of chemical pollutants and their disposal in the country, as well as for monitoring of the emission from chemical plants.
The proposed regulations are based on a proposed amendment to the Chemicals Act of 1986, which had been approved by the National Green Tribunal in 2015, but had been delayed in the Parliament.
The proposed amendments were made in the hope that they would speed up the process of getting the proposed laws through the Parliament, but many members of Parliament voted against it, and also against the amendment proposed by the NGT.
The amendments will be brought to the Parliament in two stages.
First, the amended act will be approved by both Houses of Parliament.
Then, the bill will be passed by both chambers of Parliament with amendments to be made to the amendments being referred to the Supreme Court for consideration.
This process is set to start by the middle of 2020.
The amendments will also be submitted to the President for his signature.
India is not alone in the process, as many countries have already introduced COECA measures to control their chemical emissions.
France, for example, implemented its COECA regulation last year, and Canada has already started a similar process.
The aim of these amendments is to limit the amount of chemicals that can be produced, disposed of, and used in India, which has a population of about 20 billion people.
Why do we need COECA in the first place?
While the proposed legislation is not perfect, it will reduce the amount and type of chemicals India is using in the global market.
A report by the OECD states that it would have a positive impact on both India’s environment and economy.
India has a large concentration of chemicals in its agricultural sector, which can be detrimental to health, especially when compared to other countries.
Also, the government has already set aside a huge amount of funds to ensure the safety of chemicals.
This money will help to implement COECA’s emissions control measures.
The Environment Ministry says that COECA will have an impact on the environment, as the proposed Act will be a step in the right direction.
It says that the new measures will help ensure the quality and safety of the chemical industry.
It is hoped that the amendments to COECA may bring a much needed boost to the industry, as they will help the country achieve its emissions reduction targets, which have been set by the World Health Organization and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.