MPs have raised demands on the quality of solid fuels used for domestic heating - mainly coal and briquettes. This is voted by the National Assembly with the amendments to the Clean Air Act at first reading.
There will be control over their storage and distribution. The sanction regime for the mayors of municipalities is also expanding.
About 100 companies have been responsible for about 71% of the world's greenhouse gas emissions.
That's according to a new report from climate change non-profit CDP in conjunction with the Climate Accountability Institute. The report hopes to highlight the role such companies, and their investors, play in Climate Change.
In June 2017 compared to May 2017 an increase is reported for the production of:
electricity - by 3.7% to 3 324 GWh, according to data of the National Statistical Institute (NSI).
A decrease is reported for the production of:
solid fuels - by 12.8% to 2 483 thousand tonnes;
liquefied petroleum gases - by 9.1% to 10 thousand tonnes;
In January 2017 compared to December 2016, there was a decrease reported in the production of solid fuels - by 5.0% to 3,328 thousand T; of unleaded gasoline - by 8.3% to 165 thousand T; diesel fuel - by 6.9% to 256 thousand T; natural gas - by 20.0% to 12 million m3; electricity - by 10.8% to 4,056 GWh.