Is 2015 All Set to be the Year of Serious Climate Change?

December 28, 2014 4:27 AM

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2014 has already been declared the warmest year in the last 135 years globally, and now, speculations are on that 2015 could be even warmer, possibly being the year of serious climate changes. This new finding has now posed a serious question for the national leaders- what steps will be taken to reduce global warming and gas emissions to an extent that is actually considerable and effective? Paris will be holding the climate Summit next December, but that is still a long way to go. The United States of America and China, which are the two countries responsible for the highest emissions of carbon dioxide, have now pledged to cut back on these emissions, solely because they are under survelliance by other countries. Presidents of both these countries seem to be taking active part in the attempt to solve this condition, and have also announced that the carbon emissions will be reduced to a quarter by the year 2025. What’s more, China has also planned to stop carbon emissions by 2030.

2014 has already been declared the warmest year in the last 135 years globally, and now, speculations are on that 2015 could be even warmer, possibly being the year of serious climate changes.

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