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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Carbon Emissions in the World Carbon Emissions in the World Data for Global Carbon Emissions 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 9.9 9.7 9.47 9.19 8.74 8.77 8.57 8.37 Fossil fuels now have many uses to us today. However when we burn these fossil fuels we release large quantities of carbon dioxide into the air.Normally the carbon would cycle throughout the life cycle without a problem.However, we are burning too large of quantities of fossil fuels now and the plants and trees cannot soak up all the carbon were releasing.Therefore a lot of thiscarbon remains in the atmosphere. The effect of all this extra carbon dioxide is that the overall temperature of the planet is increasing leading toglobal warming. Not only however is the temperature increasing, but alsothe day-to-day climate is changing ways .To try and reduce the risk of ever more extreme weather,we need to reduce the quantities of fossil fuels we are burning. billions years CO2 emissions were dominated by China (23%),the USA (19%),the EU (13%), andIndia (6%)--with growth in all of thesestates except for a 1.8%decline in the EU (28 member states). Intro Carbon Emissions continue causing problems,such as global warming, sea level raise. Kyoto Protocol The Kyoto Protocol implemented the objective fight global warming by reducing greenhousegas concentrations to 'a level thatwould prevent dangerous anthropogenicinterference with the climate system' .The Protocol aim is it to puts the obligation to reduce current emissions on developed countries on the basis thatthey are historically responsible for the current levels of greenhouse gases. So, what can we do? Some ways to reduce Carbon Emissions 1.Reduce the Carbon Footprint of Your Car like Accelerating slowly and smoothly, 2.Reduce the Carbon Footprint of your office, Use cloud tech more. 3.Reduce the Carbon Footprint of Your Air TravelFor some trips the train may be a good choice for you.
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