DEVELOPMENT OF THE NATIONAL INVENTORY SYSTEM IN THE REPUBLIC OF BELARUS. Belarus has signed UNFCCC in June, 1992 Ratified in May, 2000 . Introduction.
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DEVELOPMENT OF THE NATIONAL INVENTORY SYSTEM IN THE REPUBLIC OF BELARUS
Belarus has signed UNFCCC in June, 1992
Ratified in May, 2000
The Working Group consist of representatives from ministries, agencies and research institutes, including:
The Working Group was appointed to:
The institutions listed above are also the main sources of data, but are not limited to those examples shown. For each of the major sectors (Energy, Industry, Waste, LUCF, Solvents and Agriculture) available national published data sources have been identified.
Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment Protection
National Inventory Submission
Regulations under the UNFCCC and Kyoto Protocol
Regional Authorities of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment Protection
Ministry of Statistic and Analysis
Published Data Sources
Emissions Sources Categories
The BRC “Ecology” provides:
The major source of national activity data used for estimation in Energy sector, Industrial Processes and Agriculture sectors, is the Ministry of Statistics and Analysis, including both published data and data, providing for an official inquiry.
Additionally the following national data sources have been used:
- data of other ministries, departments and scientific institutes;
- data of individual enterprises;
- national and departmental statistical reports, handbooks, methodical guidelines, different archives, publications, etc., research findings obtained by the task force working on respective problems.
The following basic normative documents are regulating the attitudes in the field of environmental problems of climate change in the Republic of Belarus:
At the same time, development of the following acts is necessary:
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