The Paris Climate Agreement states that current temperatures should be kept within 2 degrees above the average temperature of the atmosphere before the Industrial Revolution.
The Lancet Planetary Health Journal has published an article on climate change these days. The title of this article is ‘The Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change’. This article discusses the health benefits of accepting the Paris Climate Agreement. The Paris Climate Agreement adds up to 2 degrees Celsius to the current average global temperature, which is rising above the average temperature of the atmosphere before the Industrial Revolution. Emphasizes maintaining in extra limits.
This study research was conducted by those countries of the world, which together represent 50% of our world population. These countries include China, Germany, Brazil, India, Indonesia, South Africa, Nigeria, England and the United States. Nowadays, 70% of the carbon emissions that are accumulating in the earth’s lower atmosphere collectively from all over the world are emitted by these countries.
What is the ‘Paris Agreement’?
The Paris Agreement is a UN treaty on climate change under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC). The agreement was signed in 2016. This agreement is an agreement to adapt to climate change and to raise the necessary funds. The treaty has been signed by 196 countries. The signing ceremony was held at the 21st Conference of the Parties to the UNFCC held in France. The agreement was adopted unanimously in December 2015.
The Italian government has decided to move forward keeping in view the changes taking place in the global climate
The Prime Minister of Italy, Mario Drewy, has decided to take into account the changes taking place in the average global climate. He has decided to launch a ‘Green Energy Campaign’ to mitigate the effects of changes in average global temperatures. With this goal in mind, EU money could be put to good use in the context of climate change, for which purpose he has formed the ‘Super Cabinet’. Green gas-based vehicles use natural gas, vegetable oil and solar energy instead of gasoline.
The CCUS system emphasizes the acceptance of carbon dioxide emissions from coal and gas power plants.
The UN report on ‘Climate Change’ focuses on ‘Carbon Capture’, ‘Use’ (Carbon) and ‘Storage’, aimed at reducing carbon emissions in the lower atmosphere. Nowadays the average global temperature is about to rise. The ‘Carbon Capture, Use and Storage’ (CCUS) The system emphasizes the acceptance of emissions of carbon dioxide emitted from coal and gas power plants. UNO’s report also emphasizes the reuse of carbon emissions from heavy industries by storing them in the depths of the basement. The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe states that this ‘CCUS‘Large-scale sponsorship of technology will give these countries the opportunity to be carbon-free in those countries.
The South Sea is a major contributor to the global carbon cycle
70% of the surface of our earth is covered by oceans. The Southern Ocean around the South Pole is made up of the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean, and the Southern Hemisphere. Its depth is 2000-2000 meters. The average temperature of this southern ocean ranges from 2 degrees Celsius to 10 degrees Celsius. Which depends on the season and place. The southward temperature in this ocean drops drastically, which is unfavorable for living things.
The flow of water around the South Pole is called ‘ACC’ (Antarctic Circum Polar Current). The ACC is the foremost aspect of the South Seas. In addition to being home to micro-organisms such as phytoplankton, it is also home to tiny penguins, stray albatrosses, and the giant blue whale.
The South Seas is a mixture of three seas with different climatic conditions, which makes this area different from any other area. When marine organisms die, they settle down as sediment. And this traps carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide is absorbed more in cold water than in warm water. As a large ocean, it contributes significantly to the global carbon cycle by trapping more carbon dioxide in the South Sea (South Polar Ocean).
What are green fireworks? What is green technology?
Green Fireworks refers to fireworks that emit relatively low emissions into the atmosphere, which were allowed to be used by the Supreme Court of India in the medium term during festivals in the year 2017. In doing so, the Supreme Court has eased the entire ban on fireworks. The research on green fireworks was carried out by the Council for Science and Industrial Research – National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (CSIR-EERI). Green technology refers to technology that is environmentally friendly based on its manufacturing process or its supply chain. At the same time, this green technology refers to the use of alternative fuels for clean energy production and the use of technologies that are less harmful than fossil fuels.