Climate Change services for Air and Climate in Romania

  • International Climate Change Legislation Services

    At international level, UN member states created in 1992 the most important international climate change treaty: The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC or FCCC). The objective of this treaty is to “stabilize greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that would prevent dangerous anthropogenic ...

    By Carbon Expert Romania based in Bucharest, ROMANIA. from International Climate Change Legislation Services Service line

  • Energy and Carbon Regulation Services

    Energy systems require radical transformation to meet energy and climate change goals. In turn, this requires effective policy measures. Energy policies must change both the way we supply energy as well as how it is used across the spectrum of industrial, commercial and residential sectors. Regulatory systems have an important part to play, from ...

    By Ricardo-AEA Office in Bucharest, ROMANIA. from Energy and Carbon Regulation Services Service line

  • Flood Risk Assessment Services

    Taking flood risk seriously. Severe flooding events and an increased awareness of the effects of climate change have brought the causes and effects of flooding into focus. UK planning policy requires flood risk assessments at sites at risk of flooding and sites where flooding may be the result of run-off from a development.

    By WYG Office in Bucharest, ROMANIA.

  • Carbon Footprint Services

    The Carbon Footprint, also called CO2 footprint, represents the total greenhouse gas emissions produced by an organization, event, product, flight or household in a defined period of time. Greenhouse gas emissions, generally referred to as CO2 emissions, are the results of various activities that we undertake as a consequence of human development ...

    By Carbon Expert Romania based in Bucharest, ROMANIA.

  • Greenhouse Gas Emissions Services

    Greenhouse gas emissions (sometimes abbreviated GHG emissions), generically called carbon emissions or CO2 emissions are gases in an atmosphere that absorb and emit radiation within the infrared range. The balance between absorbed and emitted infrared radiation has a critical effect on Earth’s climate and environment. The GHG emissions ...

    By Carbon Expert Romania based in Bucharest, ROMANIA. from Greenhouse Gas Emissions Services Service line

  • Energy and Carbon Management

    The impact of climate change can be directly linked to our use of energy and carbon. Natural resources for energy generation are limited and in Europe and particularly the United Kingdom we have seen significant increases in energy prices over the past five years. National and international governments now need to understand how they can continue ...

    By Ricardo-AEA Office in Bucharest, ROMANIA. from Energy and Carbon Management Service line

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