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Le changement climatique: où en sommes-nous?

Abstract : Greenhouse gases (GHGs), naturally part of the atmosphere, have protected us from severe glaciations in the past. Today, human activities increase GHG concentrations and cause rapid and unprecedented Earth warming. Climate change is not resume only to warming, water cycle is also changed. All the research confirms: the climate is changing fast, too fast for ecosystems and societies to adapt. Despite the alerts of the international scientific community, States gathered into Conferences of the Parties (COP) ratify agreements but do not comply with all their commitments. Public opinion polls indicate that climate change is perceived as a risk, but jobs and taxes override environmental concerns. However, there are local GHG reduction and adaptation initiatives. Territorialized approach, on one hand, and global science and negotiations, on the other hand, are two complementary paths that will allow us to consider the impacts of climate change with a new form of solidarity.
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Yves Richard, Sandrine Petit, Marie-Hélène Vergote, Thierry Castel. Le changement climatique: où en sommes-nous?. Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Nature, Maison du Parc naturel régional du Morvan, 2019, pp.143-149. ⟨hal-02315848⟩



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