India, the world’s third-largest carbon polluter, was the last major country to issue its plan before a climate summit in Paris in December. Under the plan, India does not commit to an absolute reduction in carbon emissions levels, unlike other major polluting economies, but will take measures to slower down the pace of emissions growth comparing to "business as usual" scenario.
India's government plans to reduce the intensity of its fossil
fuel emissions by 33- 35% from 2005 levels by 2030, while
producing 40 percent of its electricity from non-fossil-fuel sources
such as wind, solar power, hydropower and nuclear energy by the same
year. According to the plan, India’s economy would grow roughly sevenfold by 2030, compared with 2005
levels, while its carbon emissions would triple. Yet, if India took no
action, emissions would also grow sevenfold. Read more at http://www.nytimes.com