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Biography

He has completed his Ph.D. at the age of 32 years from Dicle University. He is working as the researcher in Engineering Faculty of Batman University. He has studied the global climate change, artifical intelligent methods, renewable energy sources, air pollution etc until now. He has published more than 8 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an editorial board member of repute.

Abstract

The global climate change (GCC) is a topic which has occupied the world’s attention in the last few decades. The serious impacts of the GCC on the all aspects of the life (i.e. ecology, energy, global economy etc.) direct the scientists, the politicians, and non-governmental civil society organizations to try and solve the problem, to take steps, and to volunteer to fight against its consequences, respectively. As the results, both United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and Kyoto Protocol (KP) have been signed in 1992 and 1997, respectively. By considering a medium-term target of US, the impact percentage of this country on global climate change is projected approximately as 20% for the year 2030. In this study, the cost of natural disasters depend on GCC have occurred in U.S. until now and the financial obligations of U.S. due to Kyoto Protocol have been compared. Furthermore, only 20% of the financial losses (which is the effect to warming of the U.S. green house gases emission) have been evaluated. As a result, if U.S. approve the protocol and fulfill the financial obligations arising from Kyoto Protocol; it is possible to say that U.S. will be more profitable on the long view.