Respecting the Kyoto Protocol, SAHARA GROUP UK implicates itself in the reduction of Gas emissions linked to the green house effect. SGUK has chosen the African continent because of its ideal climatic conditions for planting.
SGUK supports reforestation projects in the developing countries. We are constantly looking for good ground for planting.
Bio diesel is an alternative fuel based on refined vegetable oils and transformed using chemical procedures. There is a tendency for Bio diesel energy to replace actual diesel fuel SGUK and D1 ((J.V) have joined together in order to answer the increasing global demand for Bio Diesel and green fuels. SGUK and D1 collaborates in the planting of Jatrophas in Africa. The oil obtained from Jatropha Curcas, is cheaper than that obtained from rapeseed, and allows for a high quality production of Bio Diesel fuel. Our first Bio Diesel production and exportation Refinery is under construction, and will be situated in the zone of Sidi Kreir in Alexandria.
CARBON CATIPAL & BIO D1
The Carbon Trading Partnerships have been established to enter into the business of trading carbon credits for profit. They provide an opportunity for individuals to make a direct, personal contribution to addressing the issue of climate change within a commercial, rather than a donor, framework.
Under the Kyoto Protocol, legislation and mechanisms are being introduced that should foster the creation of a global market for trading carbon credits. In anticipation of Kyoto protocol emissions-reduction targets coming into force in January 2008, trading of carbon credits is already taking place.
The total value of such trading exceeded US$ 250 Million in the first five months of 2004 alone.