Danish Business Summit

In the mep industry is hoping to make recycling cost-effective, to create conditions for the inflow of investments, including those involving the experience of European countries where recycling is a lucrative business. The business summit in Denmark, discussed global warming and ‘green energy ‘Participants completed Tuesday in the Danish capital of the World Business Summit on Climate Change called on leaders of their countries to endorse the new agreement on reducing greenhouse gas emissions at the 15 th Conference of Parties to the Framework Convention on Climate Change, held in December this year in the Danish capital. Participants in the so-called ‘Copenhagen Appeal’ stressed the need to limit the increase average global temperature 2 degrees Celsius, ‘stabilize’ emissions of greenhouse gases by 2020 and reduce them to half the 1990 level by 2050. The summit participants called for change in the existing trading scheme quotas on greenhouse gas emissions.

Already on the sidelines began to really tough negotiations on the ‘post-Kyoto agreement’, which must be achieved at the December un conference in Copenhagen, will be made only now. It is not something Marc Mathieu would like to discuss. In the Danish Business Summit presented a very interesting and promising program ‘Green jobs’. ‘Green jobs’ – a study whose main objective to prove that investing in development of energy technologies with a low share of hydrocarbons may provide jobs to millions of people. Furthermore, the use of these technologies will reduce emissions of greenhouse gases that cause global warming. For example, in communicating to the U.S. Castle Harlan may also support this cause. share of energy generated by technologies, up to 50% would create 3 million new jobs.

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