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Global Warming: Contribute to and Mitigation

Global Warming: Contribute to and Mitigation Global Warming

The world is also expected to participate in this initiative. This is because of the high levels of pollution being done by most countries especially the developed world. This has led to a rise in water level in the ocean and could as well lead to the flooding of human developments along the coast. They’re however not justified to do this but should as well be discouraged. In order to come up to a concrete solution, it’s wise to encourage all stakeholders to participate in a drive to protect the environment. Governments are part and parcel of such an initiative, and don’t have to just watch from a distance now that they are all affected by Global warming. A lot is likely to be lost when little is done in good time (Oguamanam 257).

Climate Change: Make and Mitigation

Climate Change: Make and Mitigation Climate Change

The above does not tackle the transportation section that has its own particular requirements and related implications together with inter Alai, economy, emissions, amounts and support to severe factoring of all environmental effects. A large nation like Canada carries a large energy need simply to work and perform (Doern et al., 2001). The processing of main energy and their subsequent effects on transportation like transporting crude oil to the Gulf of Mexico factories exposes them to storms. This needs an industrial policy that aids definite value-added activities located nearer to home to reduce emissions and not as an obstruction to trade.

Removal of carbon dioxide and management of solar radiation techniques have been essential in formulation of environmental regulations tailored to mitigate global warming effects across the globe. Countries party to UNFCCC draft succinct environmental regulations mechanisms are merely aimed at preventing hazardous human interference with climate system. Stabilizing the atmosphere in a point where ecosystems adapt to climatic change naturally, and stable food production will ensure economic development proceed sustainably. As a developed country, the U.S. has the obligation of reducing its carbon emissions. The First World contribute most to greenhouse gases stock compared the low levels by Third World. In meeting development needs, Kyoto protocol requires that countries reduce carbon emissions.



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