GULF CARBON TRUST - المجلس الخليجي للبصمة الكربونية

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Greenhouse Gas Management in MENA region - introducing Gulf Carbon Trust

04 Oct 2016

The impacts of greenhouse gas emissions, climate change, and global warming, are all well documented and have recently been in the spotlight again with the EU ratifying the Paris agreement on the 4th October 2016.

Striving towards Qatar National Vision 2030, and the wider regions desire for reducing its carbon footprint, has led to the development of the Gulf Carbon Trust. This voluntary scheme will work across industry’s to actively mitigate carbon emissions and further educate the wider community on greenhouse gas management.

"The Carbon Trust is the latest initiative by GORD, designed and instituted to address the specific issues of carbon dioxide emissions and the mitigation of their adverse effects upon our planet. With the guidance of an enlightened leadership, Qatar promises to work for ways forward into a future that is safe, healthy and sustainable for our children and our children’s children to come."

Dr. Yousef Mohamed Al Horr, Founder and Chairman, GORD

 

Greenhouse gas reduction - Working towards a sustainable future

The Green Expo Forum 2016 is bringing together scientists, government officials and leaders in sustainability from across to the Globe to share their expertise and the latest innovations in the field. The programme of events is open to both local and international professionals and provides a full schedule of educational and training sessions, as well as valuable market insights.

The Green Expo Forum 2016 takes place at the Ritz-Carlton Doha between 7 - 9 November 2016.

The Carbon and Climate Change Summit forms part of the Forum and will focus on best practice when it comes to greenhouse gas management.

The 3 day forum is hosted by Gulf Organisation for Research and Development (GORD) is supported by Qatari Diar and the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy.

Simply pre-register to attend the conference to take full advantage of the opportunity of making contacts, networking and viewing the latest in green building and sustainable practices.

Gulf Carbon Trust - preserving the environment in which we live and work



The impacts of greenhouse gas emissions, climate change, and global warming, are all well documented and have recently been in the spotlight again with the EU ratifying the Paris agreement on the 4th October 2016. Striving towards Qatar National Vision 2030, and the wider regions desire for reducing its carbon footprint, has led to the development of the Gulf Carbon Trust. This voluntary scheme will work across industry’s to actively mitigate carbon emissions and further educate the wider community on greenhouse gas management and the wider regions desire for reducing its carbon footprint, has led to the development of the Gulf Carbon Trust. This voluntary scheme will work across industry’s to actively mitigate carbon emissions and further educate the wider community on greenhouse gas management.

The impacts of greenhouse gas emissions, climate change, and global warming, are all well documented and have recently been in the spotlight again with the EU ratifying the Paris agreement on the 4th October 2016. Striving towards Qatar National Vision 2030, and the wider regions desire for reducing its carbon footprint, has led to the development of the Gulf Carbon Trust. This voluntary scheme will work across industry’s to actively mitigate carbon emissions and further educate the wider community on greenhouse gas management and the wider regions desire for reducing its carbon footprint, has led to the development of the Gulf Carbon Trust. This voluntary scheme will work across industry’s to actively mitigate carbon emissions and further educate the wider community on greenhouse gas management.



The impacts of greenhouse gas emissions, climate change, and global warming, are all well documented and have recently been in the spotlight again with the EU ratifying the Paris agreement on the 4th October 2016. Striving towards Qatar National Vision 2030, and the wider regions desire for reducing its carbon footprint, has led to the development of the Gulf Carbon Trust. This voluntary scheme will work across industry’s to actively mitigate carbon emissions and further educate the wider community on greenhouse gas management. The impacts of greenhouse gas emissions, climate change, and global warming, are all well documented and have recently been in the spotlight again with the EU ratifying the Paris agreement on the 4th October 2016. Striving towards Qatar National Vision 2030, and the wider regions desire for reducing its carbon footprint, has led to the development of the Gulf Carbon Trust. This voluntary scheme will work across industry’s to actively mitigate carbon emissions and further educate the wider community on greenhouse gas management.

The impacts of greenhouse gas emissions, climate change, and global warming, are all well documented and have recently been in the spotlight again with the EU ratifying the Paris agreement on the 4th October 2016. Striving towards Qatar National Vision 2030, and the wider regions desire for reducing its carbon footprint, has led to the development of the Gulf Carbon Trust. This voluntary scheme will work across industry’s to actively mitigate carbon emissions and further educate the wider community on greenhouse gas management. The impacts of greenhouse gas emissions, climate change, and global warming, are all well documented and have recently been in the spotlight again with the EU ratifying the Paris agreement on the 4th October 2016. Striving towards Qatar National Vision 2030, and the wider regions desire for reducing its carbon footprint, has led to the development of the Gulf Carbon Trust. This voluntary scheme will work across industry’s to actively mitigate carbon emissions and further educate the wider community on greenhouse gas management.



The impacts of greenhouse gas emissions, climate change, and global warming, are all well documented and have recently been in the spotlight again with the EU ratifying the Paris agreement on the 4th October 2016. Striving towards Qatar National Vision 2030, and the wider regions desire for reducing its carbon footprint, has led to the development of the Gulf Carbon Trust. This voluntary scheme will work across industry’s to actively mitigate carbon emissions and further educate the wider community on greenhouse gas management and the wider regions desire for reducing its carbon footprint, has led to the development of the Gulf Carbon Trust. This voluntary scheme will work across industry’s to actively mitigate carbon emissions and further educate the wider community on greenhouse gas management.