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[Homework]【整理】2009-08-30 气候警告

A global emission's reduction deal that the ultimate goal of the UN's climate conference in Copenhagen.But with just hudred days left before it takes place that deal is looking shaking.

In December,delegates from some a hundred and ninety countries will head to Copenhagen to try to agree on a successor to the Kiltor Protical.But why while the negotiations will not be easy the UK government remains optimistic.

Even here in the UK where we have our own climate change bill,the government strggle to make people understand the impact of their emssions which of course are invisible.

A tool allows us to visualize all that carbon as a quilt,tramping heat beneath it.For example,imagine if the quilt covered the whold world.This would be the size of the UK's annual contribution and this patch will represent the USA's carbon footprint.

But China has recently overtaken America as the world's largest miter.Yet America has historically emitted far more than China.The Chinese government argues that it has more rights to grow its economy which will increase its emissions.

But it's not just about carbon emissions,the campaign green box here highlighting the current climate change risk to those invulnerable countries,in this case,sea level rise.One of the main arguments over money and the UN reckons about a hundred billion dollars a year will be needed to adapt the impact of the climate change.But a new report from leading scientists says the cost is being survily underestimated.

The current UN estimates of the cost of adapting the climate change are probably two to three times too low.Instead of a hundred billion dollars a year by 2030,another 20 years time.We need to build up to about 300 billion dollars a year.

The other big question is the United States,and whether President Obama will be in a postion to sign up to anything gobally significant in December.So they find detail of the plan to save the planet may have to wait a little longer.

Catherine Jacab,Sky News.
                                                   
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[Homework]【整理】2009-08-30 气候警告

a global emissions reduction deal thats the ultimate goal of the un's climate  conference in copehagen,but with just 100 days left before it takes place,that deal is looking shaky,in december,delegates from some 190 countries will head to copnehagen to try to agree on the successor to the kyoto protocol,but while the negotiation will not br easy,the uk government remains optimistic,even here in uk where we have our own climate change bill,the government struggles to make people understand the impact of their emissions which of course are invisble,a new tool allows us to visualize all that carbon as a quilt trapping heat beneath it,for example,imagine if the quilt cover the world,this would be the size of uk's annual contribution and this patch will represent the usa's carbon footprint,but china has recently overtaken american as the world's largest emitter,and america has historically emitted far more than china,the chines government argues it has the moral right to grow its economy,which will increase its emissions,but its not just about causing emission,the campaign oxfam here highlighting the current climate change risk to those invulnerable countries in this case ,sea level rise,one of the main arguments is over money,the un reckons about 100 billion dollars a year will be needed to adapt to the impacts of the climate change,but a new report from leading scientist says the cost is being severely underestimated,the current un estimate of the cost of adapting to the climate change are probably two to three times too low instead of a hundred billion dollars a year by 2030 that 20 years time ,we nned to build up to about 300 billion dollars a year,the another big question is the united states and whether president obama will be in a position to sign up to anything globally significant in december ,so the final detail of the plan to save the planet may have to wait a little longer..

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homework 【整理】2009-08-30 气候警告



A global emissions-reduction deal,that's the optimental goal of the UN's climate conference in Copenhagen. But with just a hundred days left before it takes place, that deal is looking shaky. In December, Delegates from sum a hundred and ninety countries will head to Copenhagen to try to agree on a successor to the Kyoto Protocol. But one of the negotiations will not be easy, the UK government remains optimistic.  Even here in the UK, where we have our own climate change bill, the government has struggled to make people understand the impact of their emissions which of course are invisible.A new tool allows us to visualize all that carbon as a quilt trapping heat beneath it. For example, imagine if the quilt coveredthe whole world, this would be the size of the UK's annual contribution and this patch would represent the USA's carbon footprint.But China has recently overtaken America as the world's largest emitter. Yet America has historically emitted far more thanChina. The Chinese government argues it has a moral right to grow its economy which will increase its emissions.But it's not just about cutting emissions, the campaign Oxfam here highlighting the current climate change risk to those invulnerable countries, in this case, sea level rise. One of the main arguments is over money. The UN reckons about a hundredbillion dollars a year will be needed to adapt to the impacts of the climate change. But a new report from leading scientists says the cost has been severely underestimated.The current UN estimates of the cost of adapting to climate change are probably 2 to 3 times too low. Instead of 100 billion dollars a year by 2030 that's 20 years time ,we need to build up to about 300 billion dollars a year.The other big question is the United States, and whether president Obama will be in a position to sign up to anything globallysignificant in December. So the final detail of the plan to save the planet may have to wait a little longer.

Catherine Jacob, Sky News.
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A global emissions-reduction deal: that's the ultimate goal of the UN's climate conference in Copenhagen. But with just a hundred days left before it takes place, that deal is looking shaky. In December, Delegates from some a hundred and ninety countries will head to Copenhagen to try to agree on a successor to the Kyoto Protocol. But while the negotiations will not be easy, the UK government remains optimistic.  Even here in the UK, where we have our own climate change bill, the government has struggled to make people understand the impact of their emissions which of course are invisible. A new tool allows us to visualize all that carbon as a quilt trapping heat beneath it. For example, imagine if the quilt covered the whole world, this would be the size of the UK's annual contribution and this patch would represent the USA's carbon footprint. But China has recently overtaken America as the world's largest emitter. Yet America has historically emitted far more than China. The Chinese government argues it has a moral right to grow its economy which will increase its emissions.But it's not just about cutting emissions, the campaign Oxfam here highlighting the current climate change risk to those invulnerable countries, in this case, sea level rise. One of the main arguments is over money. The UN reckons about a hundred billion dollars a year will be needed to adapt to the impacts of the climate change. But a new report from leading scientists says the cost has been severely underestimated. The current UN estimates of the cost of adapting to climate change are probably 2 to 3 times too low. Instead of 100 billion dollars a year by 2030 that's 20 years time ,we need to build up to about 300 billion dollars a year.The other big question is the United States, and whether president Obama will be in a position to sign up to anything globally significant in December. So the final detail of the plan to save the planet may have to wait a little longer.
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A global emission's reduction deal. That's the ultimate goal of the UN' climate conference in Copenhagen. But with just 100 days left before it takes place, that deal is looking shaking. In December, delegates from some 190 countries will head to Copenhagen to try to agree on a successor to the Kyoto Protocol. But while the negotiations will not be easy, the UK government remains optimistic.
Even here in the UK, where we have our own climate change bill, the government has struggled to make people understand the impact of their emissions, which of course are invisible.
A new tool allows us to visualize all that carbon as a quill to trapping hint beneath it. For example, imagine if the quill cover the whole world, this would be the size of the UK's annual contribution, and this patch would represent the USA's carbon footprint. But China has recently overtaken America as the world's largest emitter. Yet America has historically emitted far more than China. The Chinese government argues it has a moral right to grow its economy, which will increase its emissions.
But it's not just about cutting emissions. The campaign * are here, highlighting the current climate change risk to those invulnerable countries, in this case, sea *. One of the main arguments is over money. The UK reckons about 100 billion dollars a year will be needed to adapt to the impacts of climate change, but a new report from leading scientists says the cost has been severely underestimated.
The current UN estimate of the cost of adapting to climate change are probably two to three times too low. Instead of 100 billion dollars a year by 2030, and that's 20 years' time, we need to build up to about 300 billion dollars a year.
The other big question is the United States in whether Present Obama will be in the position to sign up to anything globally significant in December. So the final detail of the plan to save the planet may have to wait a little longer. Catherine Jacob, Sky News.
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