Essay on The Effects of Global Climate Change

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Every human activity is having a particular effect on our climate. This was noted by the world in 1992 in Rio de Janeiro when it was open for signature by the United Nations Framework on Climate Change. In the Climate Change Convention, the international community agreed to prevent and combat the effects of climate change such as those in agricultural areas, melting icecaps and the increase in sea level. In 1997, governments took the next step and agreed to the Kyoto Protocol which set as its goal the reduction of greenhouse gases emitted by industrialized countries.

Global Climate Change is a fact, although there are always skeptics, do not represent in any way a majority group. That is why governments around the world have reacted to
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The accumulation of these gases in the atmosphere contributes to global warming. "If nothing is done, by 2100 temperatures could rise between 1.3 and 5 degrees, according to new scientific calculations."

Desagraciadamente, conferences of this type, which seeks to achieve a common goal beneficial to humanity as the emission reduction is not completed successfully. It is known that there are many interests at stake that impede their realization.

The atmosphere and the processes that maintain their characteristics are not very fast reaction time periods compared to humans. Solutions to the problems of the thinning of the Ozone Layer, Global Warming, a devastating climate changes, it is a matter of years, even decades. It is therefore a concern that must be immediate, you can not expect that the effects become too clear, as you probably already at that time is too late to act to find solutions

climate change scenarios for Mexico is very serious, due to the very impact of climatic changes but also highly vulnerable to social, economic and political life. In countries like Mexico, which lack the resources to address and mitigate, where possible, the impacts of climate change, this phenomenon will have major consequences.

People living in vulnerable areas, in substandard housing, in areas with water shortages, with serious pollution problems, or rain-fed farming, has no insurance, no food,
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