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Climate Change Infographics

According to the World Meteorological Organisation, 2014 is the warmest year on record, and we are on our way to exceeding the 20 warming target. The global livestock industry produces more greenhouse gas emissions than transport. Meat consumption is on track to rise 75% by 2050, especially with increasing affluence. Fracking, a process that extracts natural gas and oil from shale rock, rose in popularity in 2014. This process emits methane, the most harmful greenhouse gas. The weakened language of the pledges in the Lima talks signal reluctance of countries to commit to it. °F Neither US nor China have set short-term goals for emissions reductions yet. 194 countries Protests by New York fractivists force Governor agree to reduce carbon emissions at the 2014 Lima Climate talks. Andrew Cuomo to ban hydraulic fracking in the state. U.S.' carbon emissions have been the lowest since 1994 from gradual reductions over the past six years. The Historic US-China agreement saw both countries pledge to reduce carbon emissions by 2025 and 2030. Previously the Kyoto Protocol exempted OChina from emissions restrictions and was not ratified by the US. ilululul TAAA

Climate Change Infographics

shared by siowjun on Nov 23
Infographics for Broader Perspectives magazine. This article was about the prevailing issue of climate change despite certain measures taken by countries. A thermometer is used as a visual metaphor; t...


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