BATC Malaysia

THE GREAT GREEN WALL
OF AFRICA PROJECT

OPPORTUNITIES IN GREEN ECONOMY CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION’s MANAGED SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

GREEN ECONOMY CLIMATE CHANGE

The observed and continuing increase in average air and ocean temperatures since 1900 is caused mainly by emissions of greenhouse gases in the modern industrial economy. The largest human influence has been the emission of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide. In addressing climate change issues, BATC developed a Managed Sustainable Development Program (MSDP) for the structured planting of 320 Billion Jatropha trees on 180 million hectares of land in Africa (the Great Green Wall, the Sahara Sahel Initiative, ‘a Pan African program by the African Union), Middle East, and Asia. The main objective is to reduce the Global Fossil Fuel CO2 emission from fossil fuel combustion up to 60% by 2030 through the following approaches implemented at the global level.

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The MSDP will have minimal impact on the existing energy infrastructure and human livelihood but at the same time create the new “GREEN ECONOMY” with more than 240 million new direct jobs supporting a population of around 600m. There will be no major investment in the existing energy infrastructure including Oil & Gas since BATC’s Bio renewable fuel technology and the MSDP are designed towards complementing the existing energy industries.

Member Countries Of GGW

The Project

Opportunities In Green Economy Climate Change Mitigation’s Managed Sustainable Development Project

The project’s benefits to the participating countries include:

Recipient of a biofuel production technology.

Large scale Plantation of Jatropha trees.

Building hospital, medical centers and public clinics

Building affordable homes.

Creating jobs

Industry development

Producing food under the food security program

Building preschools, primary schools, secondary schools and colleges

Building of logistic & infrastructure network

The Great Green Wall directly supports the United Nation Sustainable Development Goals.

THE GREAT GREEN WALL OF AFRICA PROJECT

Opportunities In Green Economy Climate Change Mitigation’s Managed Sustainable Development Project
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