GLOBAL WARMING & KYOTO PROTOCOL

What is Global Warming? What is Greenhouse effect? What is Ozone Hole?

GLOBAL WARMING 6 DEGREE RISE IN WORLD TEMPERATURE 
Kyoto Protocol. 

Ozone hole in 1985. 

The Kyoto Protocol December 1997.  The developed countries commit themselves to reducing their collective emissions of six key greenhouse gases by at least 5%.  The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has predicted an average global rise in temperature of 1.4°C (2.5°F) to 5.8°C (10.4°F) between 1990 and 2100

The five principal concepts of the Kyoto Protocol are: commitments to reduce greenhouse gases that are legally binding for annex I countries, as well as general commitments for all member countries;  implementation to meet the Protocol objectives, to prepare policies and measures which reduce greenhouse gases; 

minimizing impacts on developing countries by establishing an adaptation fund for climate change;  accounting, reporting and review to ensure the integrity of the Protocol;  compliance committee by establishing a compliance with the

to enforce

compliance

commitments under the Protocol.

Cuts in the three most important gases carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), and nitrous oxide (N20) - will be measured against a base year of 1990. Cuts in three long-lived industrial gases - hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), perfluorocarbons hexaflouride (SF6) (PFCs), and sulphur

Kyoto protocol includes mechanisms like CLEAN DEVELOPMENT MECHANISM and EMISSION TRAING .

Carbon

credits---

a

concept

and

implementation under emission trading.

Carbon credits & CDM

Developed countries

Developing countries 

Criticism of emission trading. Solution to global warming. As a result
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