Is the earth’s temperature rising and to what extent? Is the greenhouse effect accelerating? Can global cooperation mitigate the adverse outcomes of pollution effectively? What has changed between Kyoto and Paris?
The climate change – one of the most difficult and complex problems that face humanity – is a real, global threat, as it is related to the critical fields of economy, everyday life and social structure. Energy, supplies, legislation, corporate decisions, technology, transportation, rural and livestock production, fuel choices and many other issues must be reviewed almost from skratch.
Could a new international agreement lead to a low carbon economy? Which are the most relevant goals and how do they affect Greece? Which are the available choices and how much does it cost to remain inactive?
In the end, which are the challenges that every administration globally must face in addressing climate change?
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