YEREVAN (Noyan Tapan)– It was announced during the recent international conference on energy held in Yerevan that a cadastre of hothouse gases had been drawn up for the first time in Armenia within the framework of "Armenia: Studies on Climate Changes in the Country" sponsored by the Global Environmental Fund." This work was the result of the joint cooperation by the UN and Armenian Parliament.
The cadastre reflects all kinds of activity related to the burning of fuel. In particular–the burning and processing of fuel for one’s own needs in industry–the burning and evaporation of fuel in the transport sector–the burning of biomass–wood and other traditional kinds of fuel–marsh-gas wastes occurring during the extraction and processing of coal and others. The cadastre also reflects the energy activities and the environmental situation in terms accepted in modern programs.and will also help expose long-term areas for international cooperation within the framework of the global project on the international trade of wastes.