Comprehensive coverage

According to the Australians, the technology will replace the Kyoto Protocol

Australia reports that 2005 was the hottest year on record

La Niña
La Niña

Less than a week from the "Asia and Pacific Climate Partnership and Clean Economic Development" meeting, the Australian government announced that technology could help reduce greenhouse gas emissions more than the Kyoto Protocol. The Kyoto Protocol is a legal agreement that requires industrialized countries to reduce their collective emissions of greenhouse gases by a relative 5.2% to the rate measured in 1990. On November 18, 2004, Russia signed the treaty, thus achieving the necessary majority to put it into effect and the agreement entered into force on February 16, 2005.

However, the large industrialized countries such as the United States and Australia have announced that they will not ratify the convention because its implementation is expensive and because developing countries such as China are not obligated to implement it.

The six countries holding discussions in Sydney - the United States, Australia, China, India, Japan, and South Korea produce about half of the world's greenhouse gases. And of the developed countries, only the USA and Australia refused to ratify the Kyoto Convention.

The Australian Minister of Industry announced that in the talks held in Sydney, the six member countries of the partnership will continue to discuss in the coming weeks ways to reduce the emissions of gases that cause the greenhouse effect while continuing to produce energy in large quantities.

It is widely believed that the meetings will discuss alternative energies such as atomic energy and geothermal energy as well as ways to store greenhouse gases underground.

The federal opposition in Australia calls on the government to approve the Kyoto Protocol, and ecology experts see the various plans as ways to avoid the implementation of what is stated in the protocol and warn the government that the Kyoto Protocol is the best and most effective way to reduce greenhouse gases and that the protocol has a plan of action known in advance and clear tools to achieve the goal.

The US and Australia initiated an "alternative Kyoto treaty" that would allow them to pollute more

Leave a Reply

Email will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismat to prevent spam messages. Click here to learn how your response data is processed.