The projections show that, with the current greenhouse gas emissions, the Earth’s temperature will increase from 1 to 3.5 degrees Celsius to 2100, equivalent to an increase in Earth’s temperature over the past 10,000 years.
An increase in the earth’s population has led to a change in land use and destruction of forests, increased agricultural and livestock activities, increased solid and liquid residues, and excessive consumption of fossil fuels, which has caused many environmental problems, including climate change.
The clean development mechanism, as one of the flexible mechanisms of the Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Climate Change Convention, provides for the possibility of mutual cooperation between developed and developing countries (or less developed countries) in pursuit of the objectives of the Convention. In the framework of this mechanism, developing countries can also volunteer to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
BMTG Company is implementing Clean Development Mechanism projects, developing emission reduction and carbon management policies.
The most important factor in climate change Global warming is estimated to be due to the increasing emissions of greenhouse gases, and due to the major effects that global warming has on human life, the international community has focused on this issue today. The Climate Change Convention, adopted in 1992, encourages all member countries to adopt preventive policies and pledged developed countries to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The Kyoto Protocol has reduced these commitments and defined the flexibility mechanisms to achieve the objectives of the Convention.