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Well, you see the power that is individual action. 5. Conclusion Economic concerns have been used by some as an excuse for inaction on climate change. Though cost-beneﬁt analyses of global warming have often been dismissed on ethical grounds, it seems that in many situations GHG abatement strategies can in fact be implemented at no net cost. Indeed, May 17, 2007 23:23 WSPC/SPI-B424 From Earthquakes to Global Warming 18 ch01 D. S. Reay the possibility of catastrophic climate change would seem to justify GHG abatement even where signiﬁcant short-term costs are incurred.
By the end of the 21st century it will reach values between 500 and 1000 ppm, values not experienced on Earth for 20 to 40 million years [(Prentice (2001); IPCC (2002)]. It is now generally agreed by the scientiﬁc community that this CO2 increase is driving global warming, but there are other consequences. Atmospheric CO2 is the raw material from which plants manufacture the sugars and starches and other compounds that provide them with energy stores and build their biomass, and ultimately provide the energy supply for almost all life.
Mr Black trades in his old runabout for a brand new sporty hatchback. As a result his petrol costs alone rise to £580, with related GHG emissions reaching 4773 kg each year. (h) Older adult (Aged 30–45) With ever-greater spending power, the opportunity to increase GHG emissions through ‘energy rich activities’ tends to grow, while the relative ﬁnancial incentives for cost eﬀective emission reduction fall. As such, with higher incomes and children of their own, our two subjects are now faced with more and more GHG sensitive decisions.
Advances in Earth Science: From Earthquakes to Global Warming by P. R. Sammonds, J M T Thompson, J. M. T. Thompson