Morocco contributes effectively to tackling climate change effects: official
Marrakech - Though it is a low emitter of greenhouse gases, Morocco has steadily endeavoured, since the ratification of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in 1995, to contribute to international efforts to tackle the adverse effects of climate change, said Moroccan Secretary of State for Water and Environment
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Abdelkebir Zahoud, who addressed on Monday the third African Carbon Forum, added that the Kingdom has taken a host of measures in this regard, including the setting up of institutional bodies to carry out actions towards promoting clean economic development.
He noted that the national regulatory framework has also been reinforced by promulgating laws on the fight against air pollution, waste management, impact studies and renewable energies.
The minister deplored the fact that Africa's contribution to the carbon market remains very limited.