GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE

GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE

 

It appears that finally most of the world’s leaders meeting in Turkey this 29th November 2015 had reached an agreement on the phasing out of carbon emission on our planet. This follows the visit of the US President B. OBAMA in France to discuss the global climate change affecting the world and the legacy that we shall leave to the future generation in terms of the air that humanity shall breathe.

In the package with turkey, massive economic helps had been offered to Turkey to tackle the ever growing issue of the Migrant’s crisis. Each participant pledges to take measures to promote green energy in its respective country. The United Kingdom is one of the most conscious party in Europe tackling the carbon emission issue. Massive investment was ploughed into green energy sources.

While certain less developed countries like the Philipines argued that it is their turn now  to benefit from the cheap carbon’s source of energy after the rich world had so enjoyed in the past, India on its part, since the arrival of Prime Minister Mody in power took firm commitment to promote green energy use. In fact , per capita, India is the least polluter in the world. An example to be followed by the rest of the world.

JML