2015 is poised to become a pivotal year in the world-wide fight against the greenhouse gases. In November-December this year, 125 countries will meet in
Following the UN recommendations, these countries intend to tighten the regulation of greenhouse gas emissions by introducing new standards of technical requirements for industrial enterprises and new emission quotes.
These restrictions are caused by the rapidly growing air pollution. Trying to keep pace with the others,
According to the official data,
“The situation is very serious. As a physicist, I am concerned that the heat generated by the industrial enterprises is accumulating on our planet intensifying the greenhouse effect and leading to higher water temperatures in the ocean. What this is fraught with is known to many", –
He told the session of the foreign experts' grim picture of the Earth's future in a hundred years. “For example, the Columbian scientists are publishing materials about what is happening with soil humidity and how the animal habitats are shrinking, and the glaciers are melting, including here, in
According to the experts, it is the climate factors that will slow down the economic development.
“Our ministry is developing a 2020 government action plan to reduce emissions. In addition, amendments to legislative acts are being drafted to transition
He invited the scientists, businessmen, and environmental experts, both local and foreign, to join the discussion of the new rules of
The competiveness of
The first national CO2 quote distribution plan was launched in
In 2014, the second two-year national plan till 2015 was launched. It covered 166 enterprises. The plan is to achieve a 1.5% emission reduction compared to 2010. In addition, the fines for excess CO2 emissions will grow substantially this year, to €40 for each excess tonne.