World Day of Action against Global Warming: how to reduce carbon dioxide emissions
The January 28 is celebrated on World Day of Action Against Global Warming, also called World Day for the Reduction of CO2 Emissions. This date aims to raise awareness about the consequences of an excessive emission of carbon dioxide in the environment and its care.
The United Nations Organization, together with the European Commission, Greenpeace and UNESCO, meet on this day to invite governments to take measures to regulate industrial production, generate sustainable public media and educate citizens about caring for the planet.
Global or terrestrial warming is the unexpected and immeasurable increase in the temperature of the Earth’s surface. The causes of this phenomenon include:
Global warming has unfavorable results on the environment and the quality of life of humans. The excessive emission of carbon dioxide disrupts the natural biological balance of the planet.
Some of the consequences of global warming are:
On the World Day of Action against Global Warming, the European Commission has proposed the European Green Deal together with the UN and its 2030 Agenda, with the aim of reduce greenhouse gases by 55%. This day invites all citizens of the world as well as governments to create new consumption behaviors to curb climate change and preserve the environment.