By Sarah MacfarlaneThe handicrafts industry is one of India’s most important sectors.

It is one that is heavily dependent on climate change, and climate change could change the business model of India to the detriment of the industry.

The new study, which was released in December, looked at the impact of climate change on the manufacture of various items and services, such as carpets, jewellery, footwear, household items and cosmetics.

It concluded that the industry would benefit from a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and increased economic growth, with the latter resulting in an increase in sales and increased incomes for the manufacturers.

The report, titled Climate Change, Industry and the Future of India, was co-authored by two scientists from the Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru.

Their research is in collaboration with the Centre for Climate Change Research, which has been monitoring the climate change impacts of the country.

It said the industry is expected to be among the first to benefit from the reduction in CO2 emissions, and could also see a rise in the sales and incomes for its owners.

It also said that this would lead to an increase of jobs and investment in the country, as well as increased revenue for the government.

But the report, which came in at a whopping $60 million in funding, comes as little surprise to those who have followed the industry for some time.

The country is not only the world’s second-largest importer of carpets after China, but also the worlds largest importer for footwear.

According to a report by the United Nations, India has the world highest per capita GDP and second highest per-capita income.

India also boasts the third-highest per capita income in the world, with a gross domestic product of $5,564 in 2015, and the third highest per person in the UN’s richest list of nations, with $9,764.

India’s footwear industry is dominated by small, medium and large brands.

The Indian footwear industry was worth $4.4 billion in 2015.

The number of companies employing more than 10 people has doubled in the past decade, according to the report.

It is estimated that in the next 10 years, India could see an increase to 4.7 million workers, which would increase the industry’s GDP by about $8 billion, according the report by researchers from the University of California-Berkeley.