Climate Change in Bolivia
Bolivia does not significantly contribute to the emissions causing global warming (its contribution is around 0.03%), as the highly industrialized countries do –which should compensate countries that have low emissions of greenhouse gases. However, Bolivia shares responsibility by not avoiding increased deforestation and allowing the burning of extensive regions.
Earth Hour Bolivia
Be apart of the fight against climate change Earth Hour seeks to inform citizens and organizations all over the world regarding the implications of climate change and make them aware of their responsibility.
The hour of truth for Climate2009 is a key year in the fight against climate change. World leaders will decide in a meeting at the United Nations scheduled to start on December 7th in Copenhagen regarding their commitment in providing continuity to the Kyoto Protocol. At this meeting, an agreement should be developed that guarantees that the emissions responsible for climate change be reduced ...
In Copenhagen, capital of Denmark, a global agreement will be reached regarding climate change, which will replace the Kyoto Protocol to ensure that the world does what is necessary to maintain the increase of global temperature 2ºC below the pre-industrial levels.