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KYOTO PROTOCOL and PRATI ARMATI® : The NATURE that saves itself.

KYOTO PROTOCOL and PRATI ARMATI®  mainly uses C4 plants, characterized by a particularly photosynthesis with higher absorption of  CO2 from the atmosphere.

The NATURE saves itself.

 

KYOTO PROTOCOL and PRATI ARMATI®  mainly uses C4 plants, characterized by a particularly photosynthesis with higher absorption of  CO2 from the atmosphere. The NATURE saves itself.

KYOTO PROTOCOL and PRATI ARMATI® mainly uses C4 plants, characterized by a particularly photosynthesis with higher absorption of CO2 from the atmosphere.
The NATURE saves itself.

 

The Kyoto Protocol is an international agreement linked to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, which commits its Parties by setting internationally binding emission reduction targets.

Recognizing that developed countries are principally responsible for the current high levels of GHG emissions in the atmosphere as a result of more than 150 years of industrial activity, the Protocol places a heavier burden on developed nations under the principle of “common but differentiated responsibilities.”

The Kyoto Protocol was adopted in Kyoto, Japan, on 11 December 1997 and entered into force on 16 February 2005. The detailed rules for the implementation of the Protocol were adopted at COP 7 in Marrakesh, Morocco, in 2001, and are referred to as the “Marrakesh Accords.” Its first commitment period started in 2008 and ended in 2012.

KYOTO PROTOCOL and PRATI ARMATI®  mainly uses C4 plants, characterized by a particularly photosynthesis with higher absorption of  CO2 from the atmosphere. The NATURE saves itself.

KYOTO PROTOCOL and PRATI ARMATI® mainly uses C4 plants, characterized by a particularly photosynthesis with higher absorption of CO2 from the atmosphere.
The NATURE saves itself.

KYOTO PROTOCOL and PRATI ARMATI®.  PHYSIOLOGY of PRATI ARMATI® 
  • mainly C4 plants, characterized by a particularly effective photosynthesis with higher absorption of  CO2 from the atmosphere
  • adaptability to extreme pedoclimatic conditions (pH 4/11; temperature -45°C /+60°C; any soils, from lime-clay to sand; able to vegetate also on loose or altered rocks or on polluted or sterile soils)
  • high resistance to drought, salty soils, immersion and fire; ability to easily sprout after a fire

KYOTO PROTOCOL and PRATI ARMATI®.  

What PRATI ARMATI® can do

not only we can stop erosion … BUT
studies made by Universities and  Research Organizations in geotechnical, geological, botanical, agronomic, energy fields, have demonstrated that this technology – if compared to traditional anti-erosion technologies  – has an extraordinary potential in terms of technical, economic and environmental advantages, being:
1.A perennial anti-erosion solution
2.A zero-maintenance technique
3.Able to facilitate re-naturalization and ecological succession by incorporating any desired seed of flowers, shrubs or trees
4.Able to capture CO2 up to 400% more than common grassy plants
5.Capable to reduce, with respect to traditional techniques:
up to 100 times the weight of required materials
up to 10 times the energy requirements
up to 10 times polluting emissions (CO2  CO  NOx  SOx  particulate)
on-site working times and site-related risks
up to 50% of economical costs

KYOTO PROTOCOL and PRATI ARMATI®.  

What PRATI ARMATI® can do

  • stop erosion and desertification. The seeds  grow on every sterile lithotype  (compact clay, altered or fractured rocks,  soils polluted by hydrocarbons  and heavy metals, even in concentrations 10 times above the legally permitted limits, lime added soils up to 5% in weight) without topsoil, plastic and natural materials (geo-grids, geotextile meshes, natural fibre nets, mulch, bonded wood-fibre matrices, and so on);
  • if the above materials are already on-site, they can hide them, increasing their performances and landscape benefits;
  • mitigate the environmental impact of conventional civil works;
  • mutual and synergic protection of conventional civil infrastructure, reducing maintenance works;
  • accelerate the re-naturalization process;
  • subtracts up to 400% more CO2 than traditional plants, according to Kyoto Protocol;
  • increase soil shear resistance and safety factor;
  • protect and waterproof the slope  in case of heavy rainfall event;
  • protect from fractures and rifting;
  • reduce soil saturation;
  • thrive even in soils polluted with high levels of heavy metals: Lead, chrome, zinc, nickel, copper, mercury, cadmium, arsenic, cobalt, antimony, selenium, and so on;
  • isolate polluting soils. Prevents the dispersion of polluting dusts via water and wind (transportation in suspension, via infiltration and wind-borne deflation).
  • change a fragile ground in a plastic “soil-roots” system.
  1. Kyoto Protocol – United Nations Framework Convention on Climate 

    https://unfccc.int/kyoto_protocol/items/2830.php

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    The Kyoto Protocol is an international agreement linked to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, which commits its Parties by setting 

  2. Protocollo di Kyoto – Wikipedia

    it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protocollo_di_Kyoto

    Il protocollo di Kyoto è un trattato internazionale in materia ambientale riguardante il riscaldamento globale sottoscritto nella città giapponese di Kyoto l’11 

  3. Kyoto Protocol – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kyoto_Protocol

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    Kyoto Protocol participation map (commitment period: 2013–20). Parties; Annex I & II countries with binding targets Parties; Developing countries without binding 

  4. Kyoto Protocol

    www.kyotoprotocol.com/

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    The Kyoto Protocol is a legally binding agreement under which industrialized countries will reduce their collective emissions of greenhouse gases by 5.2% 

  5. Protocollo di Kyoto sui cambiamenti climatici – Europa

    europa.eu › … › Ambiente › La lotta contro il cambiamento climatico

    EUROPA – Sintesi della legislazione dell’UE – Il protocollo diKyoto, che fa seguito alla convenzione quadro delle Nazioni Unite sui cambiamenti climatici, è uno 

  6. Kyoto Protocol | climatechange.gov.au

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    The Kyoto Protocol is an international agreement created under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Kyoto, Japan in 

  7. Kyoto Protocol – What is the Kyoto Protocol? – Environmental Issues

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    Will the Bush Administration’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Kyoto Protocol weaken international efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions ..

 

— Claudio Zarotti

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