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Results of counteracting climate change

29.07.2013 710

 

 

UzA, B.Hidirova, 25 July 2013

The Committee of the Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan for Foreign Affairs and Inter-parliamentary Relations held a meeting devoted to results of controlling-analytical work on the fulfillment of requirements of the UN Convention on Climate Change, ratified by our country in the 1993 and the Kyoto Protocol in Tashkent, Ferghana, Kashkadarya regions.

The event was attended by MPs, representatives of relevant ministries, agencies and organizations, regional administrations, industrial enterprises and journalists.

It was noted that special attention is attached to the implementation of the UN Convention on Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol in our country. A number of projects on technical and technological renewal of the chemical, energy, oil and gas industries, introduction of environmentally friendly technologies in the production process.

Systematic work in this direction is carried out in Tashkent, Ferghana, Kashkadarya region. In particular, the Fargonaazot, Maxam-Chirchik, Uzbekhimmash companies effectively applied biogas plants. Under the Small Grants Programme of the Global Environment Facility a number of projects on water-saving technologies, reforestation, alternative energy, climate change adaptation and efficient solution of such problems is being implemented.

Views on the further improvement of national legislation in this area, strengthening cooperation in combating climate change, improving environmental knowledge of the population were exchanged at the event.

The Committee of the Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan for Foreign Affairs and Inter-parliamentary Relations held a meeting devoted to results of controlling-analytical work on the fulfillment of requirements of the UN Convention on Climate Change, ratified by our country in the 1993 and the Kyoto Protocol in Tashkent, Ferghana, Kashkadarya regions.

The event was attended by MPs, representatives of relevant ministries, agencies and organizations, regional administrations, industrial enterprises and journalists.

It was noted that special attention is attached to the implementation of the UN Convention on Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol in our country. A number of projects on technical and technological renewal of the chemical, energy, oil and gas industries, introduction of environmentally friendly technologies in the production process.

Systematic work in this direction is carried out in Tashkent, Ferghana, Kashkadarya region. In particular, the Fargonaazot, Maxam-Chirchik, Uzbekhimmash companies effectively applied biogas plants. Under the Small Grants Programme of the Global Environment Facility a number of projects on water-saving technologies, reforestation, alternative energy, climate change adaptation and efficient solution of such problems is being implemented.

Views on the further improvement of national legislation in this area, strengthening cooperation in combating climate change, improving environmental knowledge of the population were exchanged at the event.

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