Environmental Policies in India and Their Impact on the Automotive Industry, 2016
This research service focuses on the various political and legislative measures that have been taken by the Indian Government to implement and adopt new green schemes and monitoring services. It provides an in-depth analysis of the various legislative measures taken by the current Union Government to impose new regulations and also the outcomes of adopting green technologies.
Key Questions This Study Will Answer:
• What are the current political changes and the Union Government Committee?
• How is the central budget distributed within commercial, domestic, transport development, and rural development?
• How is the current government helping in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth?
• What is the role of the World Health Organization (WHO) in driving the Indian Government to introduce environment policies?
• Which green schemes have been launched and which are their monitoring agencies?
• Who are the decision makers in the Union Government and what are the upcoming policies for nationwide and state wide implementation?
• What are the rural developments and which are their regulatory bodies?
• What is the current status of air pollution in India and what are its causes?
• What are the current and future legislations in India?
• How is the social media helping the government to spread awareness amongst the citizens and which are the few organizations that help in
enhancing the air quality?
Various policies such as the Smart City Project and urban transport and domestic policies are being implemented by the government to enhance the ambient air quality in urban and rural areas. The study identifies cities that have surpassed the air quality standards and also points out key legislative measures that have been adopted by the state government to impose regulations. By 2025, India targets 25% GDP growth along with the green policies that would help in enhancing the livelihood of its citizens. Social awareness campaigns have been supported by the government to implement these green policies in urban and rural areas. Key drivers of these policies are Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) that help in educating citizens and adoption of policies nationwide. This growth is also expected to be propelled by favourable government policies, increasing incentives, and falling prices due to industrial growth. The base year of the study is 2016 and the forecast period is 2017–2025. Extensive analysis, which covers future market trends, is done in the study. The study concludes with a growth opportunity section that identifies the sectors that would benefit from the green policies that the Union Government is imposing. Public and private sectors will influence foreign investors to implement these projects in India; this could pave the way for new business models to come into India.
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