According to Masoud Tajrishi, Deputy Head of DOE's Human Environment greenhouse gas emissions in Iran reach 1800 million tons.
Tajrishi said if emissions of the greenhouse gas in the country stays the same, it is expected that the emissions will reach 1,540 thousand to 800 million tons by 2030.
Masoud Tajrishi added that the total amount of carbon dioxide emissions as the most important wheat gas in 1994 was about 417 million tons and in 2010, with an annual increase of 4.4 percent to 832 million tons.
According to him, it's important to use energy to reduce the emissions, and the major part of the emissions is made in the non-productive part of the industry.
The deputy director of human environment said if we want to consume $ 1,000 of production, the matter is how much we pay to produce it--how much we consume energy.
He said, "The intensity of energy consumption in Iran is very high. 8.8 times more than Japan, 4.7 times that of Turkey, 3 times the UAE, 2 times that of Indonesia and 1.8 times more than Saudi Arabia."