Mitigation Plan for Global Warming Research Paper by Nicky

Mitigation Plan for Global Warming
A look at the efforts of both the economic and scientific worlds to cope with phenomena of global warming.
# 149561 | 1,600 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2011 | US

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This paper discusses how it has become clear that the earlier the mitigation for global warming process is set into motion the better the results. People have to learn to adapt and cope with the changes brought by the climate changes and their effects on their everyday lives. The paper also looks at the actions taken at the international conventions during the last two decades, such as the Earth Summit and the Kyoto Protocol, and how the efforts of environmentalists are a necessity accompanied by economists in the process of creating and implementing programs and policies destined to change human activities at a national as well as an individual level.

From the Paper:

"Governments are aware that the sources of energy that account for the major cause of greenhouse gas emissions due to human activities need to go through transformations and changes in order to reduce these to a level that will allow scientific researches to hope for numbers that will show a decrease in the pace global warming is showing right now. According to the Environmental Protection Agency of the United States, the main human activities causing the emissions of greenhouse gasses in the US are: "transportation, electricity production, industry, agriculture and forestry" among others. All aspects of life are affected by the global warming effects. Scientists, researchers and environmentalists point out that transformations due to climate changes are sizable everywhere without much difficulty: "sea level rise, shrinking glaciers, changes in the range and distribution of plants and animals, trees blooming earlier, lengthening of growing seasons, ice on rivers and lakes freezing later and breaking up earlier, and thawing of permafrost". "

Sample of Sources Used:

  • United States Environmental Protection Agency. Climate Change. Retrieved: Jul 17, 2009. Available at:
  • Stern, Nicholas Herbert. Great Britain. Treasury. The economics of climate change: the Stern review. Cambridge University Press, 2007
  • Stern, Nicholas Herbert. Stern Review: The economics of climate change. Executive Summary. Retrieved: Jul 16, 2009. Available at:
  • Victor, David G. The Collapse of the Kyoto Protocol and the Struggle to Slow Global Warming. Princeton University Press. 2001

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