From Todayszaman.com: Voluntary carbon trading projects in Turkey have increased rapidly, reaching 45 from 30 in the first quarter of 2008 and resulting in a greenhouse gas reduction of about 5 million tons and about 20 million euros in gains, making Turkey a key candidate in the world market, especially after the Kyoto Protocol expires.
Turkey’s ratification of the Kyoto Protocol, a UN-led pact to combat climate change, ushered the country into a new era and with it into new projects to catch up with the developments since the accord was first agreed upon by world governments in 1997. …. Full Article: Source
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