India’s prime minister supporting green reforms

The prime minister of India Manmohan Singh has today outlined his government’s plans for a more robust environmental protection regime backed by a new green watchdog tasked with cracking down on illegal or environmentally damaging developments.

Speaking as part of his annual Independence Day address, Singh confirmed plans, that he announced last month, to launch a new independent National Environment Appraisal and Monitoring Authority (NEAMA) that would aim to take controversial planning decisions out of the hands of elected officials.

Wiles Greenworld, London office supplies distributor known for environmental management and the provision of green office supplies welcomed the move. As an organisation that encourages recycling at work, eco friendly office management and offers a free London recycling service the company believes that India will make progress in it’s attempt to reduce carbon emissions.

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