Determining the methodology and coefficients specific to Romania in order to quantify GHG emissions and absorbtions for the quantification of climate change
As part of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the Kyoto Protocol (KP), Romania has the obligation to develop and operate a greenhouse gas reporting system.
Project funded under the Sectoral Plan of the Ministry of Research and Innovation
The aim of the project is to update and develop the components of the National GHG emissions and absorbtions assessment system and to develop a strategy for the implementation of the Paris Agreement.
National Institute for Research & Development in Chemistry and Petrochemistry – ICECHIM
Minimizing the impact on the environment while continuing developments in science and technology is essential for a sustainable future. The chemical industry contributes to almost every modern technology and has long been developing innovative products that improve sustainability. To play a role in meeting the long-term climate protection goals for 2050, the industry is facing a transformation that will take decades. Companies need to develop economically, ecologically and socially viable, and implement alternative processes. To do this, they need economic conditions and an energy framework to make this type of prospective project possible.
Analysis of current national and international regulations and the current state of quantification of GHG emissions and absorbtions at national level
Analysis of the current situation regarding the temporal evolutions of GHG emissions and absorbtions
Analysis on the implementation of the actions provided for under the Paris Agreement
Models of Environmental Impact Assessment of Emerging Technologies from Chemical and Cement Industry, Radu Claudiu Fierascu, Irina Fierascu, Adriana Moanta, International Symposium “Priorities of Chemistry for a Sustainable Development” PRIOCHEM – 15th edition, 2019, Bucharest