This thesis as a main topic capacity of a three mechanisms of the Kyoto Protocol, namely the Movement for Clean Development (CDM) to help the Ivory Coast to achieve the environmental objective it set itself , that is to say, limiting the increase in its emissions of greenhouse gases, with the exception of carbon, only 10% from 1990 to 2012 in an efficient manner. This research will focus special attention to the operation and the actions taken by the MDP since its installation Côte d'Ivoire and their effectiveness, both in economic and environmental terms. This thesis will attempt to prove that the CDM can help achieve this objective while being environmentally economically profitable for the country. It is important to note, however, that Côte d'Ivoire is now in an unstable political situation, since the coup d'état carried out by General Robert Gueï in 1999. This period of crisis has led to the separation of the country into two camps, the north controlled by a rebellion by disgruntled soldiers in the south loyal to President Laurent Gbagbo elected. These facts are important because they constitute an obstacle to the government's environmental enthusiasm, but also to the economy of the country in question. Another factor that will play into the equation is the fact that the rebellion makes it difficult to take given as to the progress of the goal. However, since 2006, the lull between the two belligerent forces and the opening of negotiations led to a promise of settling the conflict as well as the permission of the CDM technicians to continue working for the achievement of this goal.
ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS
GES Gas Greenhouse Effect
AND CDM Designated National Authority of the clean development mechanism
BNETD National Office of Technical Studies and Development in
UEMOA Union Economic and Monetary West African.
CFA Franc Currency Unit West - Africaine. $ 1 is equivalent to 450 CFA Francs.
CAISTAB Stabilization Fund