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Türkiye on environmental-friendly industry’s route / Adem Orhun

Türkiye on environmental-friendly industry’s route / Adem Orhun
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02.03.2022
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Protocols on emergency action plans for the world are being launched one after another. We all know the Green Deal based on the European Commission’s ‘Climate-Neutral Europe’ target to be achieved by 2050. This target is based on the ‘Paris Agreement Under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’ or, in short, the ‘Paris Climate Agreement’ signed in 2015.
For Paris Agreement’s entry into force, at least 55 Parties to the United Nations Convention on Climate Change, accounting in total for at least an estimated 55 % of the total global greenhouse gas emissions had to ratify the agreement.
According to the agreement signed in Paris in 2015, the global temperature increase had to be kept below 1.5 °C. One hundred seventy-five countries signed the deal on this issue at a ceremony in New York. However, the agreement must be ratified for every government for becoming effective. Türkiye approved the agreement in the past and, in 2021, ratified it at the Grand National Assembly of Türkiye.
ACTION PLAN
A few months before Türkiye’s ratification of the Paris Agreement’s another critical development took place. In July 2021, the Green Deal Action Plan was issued. Published by the Ministry of Commerce, the action plan defines the steps to be taken to enable the execution of production and trade by the European Green Deal. Conducting half of its trade activities with the EU member countries, Türkiye will be directing the policies related to business and industry in line with the steps taken by the EU. In this context, Türkiye will take new measures for the transition of a greener economy that is based on the effective utilization of the resources without giving up its targets about competition and development.

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