Global Warming has become a threat to our international community. According to a study by IPCC, from 1970 to 2004, anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHG) emission has risen by 70%. Increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases produced by human activities have become one of the main factors contributing to global warming. Mankind have already witnessed the dire aftermath of global warming: the continuing retreat of glaciers, rising sea levels, more frequent occurrence of extreme-weather, drastic changes in change in the amount and pattern of precipitation, decreasing crop yields and outbreaks of epidemics…
We should all help to mitigate climate change. One effective way of doing it is to help reduce GHG emissions.
One of the solutions: Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)
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