Reducing Emissions

Reducing emissions is essential to addressing climate change because the accumulation of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, primarily carbon dioxide (CO2) from burning fossil fuels, is causing the Earth's temperature to rise at an alarming rate.

This increase in temperature is leading to more frequent and severe heat waves, droughts, wildfires, storms, and flooding, which in turn are causing widespread ecological and social impacts.

By reducing emissions, we can slow down the rate of climate change, protect ecosystems and biodiversity, and promote sustainable development. It is a critical step towards creating a livable future for ourselves and future generations.