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UN Climate Conference agreed on measures to implement Paris Agreement

Representatives of about 200 countries agreed on transparent rules for determining and standards for the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere
11:07, 16 December 2018
The Independent

Diplomats from all over the world concluded an important climate agreement after two-week negotiations of the UN in Poland, reports The Independent 

‘Representatives of about 200 countries agreed on transparent rules for determining and standards for the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, so that you can synchronize the activities of states to combat climate change to synchronize the activities of states to combat climate change,’ reads the message. 

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The agreement establishes rules that include the goal of limiting the growth of global temperature to no more than 1.5 °C. A higher degree may lead to long-term and irreversible changes and the death of some ecosystems. 

According to a study published on December 10 in the Journal of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), if carbon dioxide emissions don’t change, then by 2030, the Earth’s climate may become almost as hot and dry as it was 3 million years ago.

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