No: Azerbaijan has many environmental activists, activist groups, and governmental initiatives.
This 2020 article from Medyan TV, a local non-profit news organization discusses a bunch of them:
Eco-activism is gaining momentum in Azerbaijan. Until recently, there was only a handful of people who were ready to clear reservoirs of garbage and protest against deforestation, but now there are hundreds. These people know how to communicate with the public and attract more and more like-minded people to their cause. One such group is “Eco-Front”.
Several local non-governmental organizations in Azerbaijan have implemented projects on environmental problems before, and small civic initiatives have been carried out as well. However, prior to the establishment of the Eco-front movement, environmental problems had not turned into a serious topic for discussion in society. These young people believe that the formula for their success is that they lead by example, showing how one can and should take care of the environment.
"Our most successful campaign has been against mass deforestation and for the protection of deer. We came out against the seizure of winter pastures in Gakh and Sheki and against deforestation," the environmental activist [Javid Gara] says.
This summer Eco-front started clearing garbage from lakes. Together with local residents, members of the movement have been able to clean three lakes in the country.
At a governmental level, Azerbaijan has committed to lowering carbon emissions:
Azerbaijan committed in its first Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) to achieve a quantitative target of a 35% GHG emissions’ reduction by 2030 compared to 1990. At COP 26 Azerbaijan announced a target of 40% GHG emission reduction by 2050.
[EU 4 Climate]
Azerbaijan has signed and ratified the Paris Climate Agreement. In its Nationally Determined Contributions (2017), the country has outlined climate change mitigation actions in its energy, oil and gas, residential and commercial, transport, agricultural, and waste sectors.
[Climate Change Knowledge Portal]