The report's release comes as world leaders met this week in Madrid for a 12-day UN climate summit, where they are expected to hammer out some of the details of the 2015 Paris agreement.
"With India's Cabinet signalling readiness to ratify the Paris Agreement on climate change, Greenpeace India is highlighting the threat posed to these commitments as well as to the economy, in particular the energy and banking sectors by the unnecessary and unjustified plans for coal expansion.
Environmentalists say the pact reached today is an important step forward and sends a strong political message ahead of upcoming climate change talks in Paris.
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