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To reduce carbon emissions we must change our habits. This does not mean that we must abandon everything that makes our life enjoyable. Technophobia is not the solution. Fossil fuels and livestock are the problem. We will be much closer to the solution when are able to meet our energy needs from renewable energy sources and reduce meat production and consumption to sustainable levels.

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High levels of carbon emissions into the atmosphere cause a phenomenon known as global warming. Regardless of the location on earth where carbon is emitted, the entire planet is affected by it. On the other hand, any carbon emission reduction, independently of where it occurs, helps stabilize the planet’s climate. This is the basic notion behind carbon offsetting: emissions are reduced where it’s most easy and cheap to do.

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When we talk about climate change and the Kyoto protocol, the conversation quickly turns into “alphabet soup”: UNFCCC, CDM, JI, IPCC, etc. What’s behind these abbreviations? Here a very simplified overview.

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