Technical science and innovation


The article presents the results of a study to reduce greenhouse gases through the introduction of green technologies. Different countries are making rather tough decisions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The basics of environmental protection and conservation of natural resources are considered, the problems of green technology are analyzed. Uzbekistan has not yet taken tough measures to reduce greenhouse gases. But there are positive trends due to the introduction of green technology to reduce emissions. Also, green technology is being introduced into the gas transportation system, which will lead to the saving of natural resources. The ASKUG system for gas transportation was selected as a green technology, the results are shown before and after the implementation of ASKUG to reduce greenhouse gases

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