World Regulations

In response to the urgent need for environmental protection, countries around the world have implemented regulations aimed at controlling and reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. These regulations, spanning various industries and sectors, are designed to mitigate the impacts of climate change by limiting the release of carbon dioxide, methane, and other GHGs into the atmosphere. From emissions trading schemes to carbon taxes and emission standards, governments are adopting diverse strategies to address the global challenge of GHG emissions and promote sustainability on a local and international scale.

Rest of the World

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