WHAT U.S GOVERNMENT CAN DO TO CURB CLIMATE CHANGE

There are many solutions that have been put forward by scientists and other stakeholders to curb climate change. The issue of climate change is so urgent that the governments, especially the U.S government need to urgently address issues that will lead to curbing climate change. Although global warming is not going to be reverted in short term, but in the long run, if the entire scientific proposal is taken serious.

The U.S government has been urged by environmental agencies to start implementing the easiest task first and then all the way to the complex ones. The president should elevate the issue of climate change in public discourse and rally public support and build political will for climate solutions.

Secondly, the president should use the Environmental Protection Agency’s authority to limit carbon pollution from existing power plant-the U.S largest source of global warming. EPA should set standards that will cut down carbon pollution by at least 34% by 2026. This will include rejecting the use of the dirtiest fuels. Producing tar sands oil, for instance, generates three times as much greenhouse gas emissions as conventional crude.

When all these are said and done, safety of our drinking water is becoming a major concern in today world because of the increase in rate of water contamination caused by climate change. If you are concern about your drinking water, contact water companies such Purity Bay llc, they have the most modern methods for water purification.

Most Worst-Polluting Countries Now Have Laws to Combat Climate

http://www.scientificamerican.com Thu, 27 Feb 2014 16:00:00 GMT

A global groundswell is rising from Beijing to Berlin, according to a new study Senate Democrats will release today that indicates nations are establishing domestic climate legislation at a rapid pace. The analysis of 66 countries, including Latin American countries, including El Salvador, Ecuador, Bolivia and Guatemala, were “heavily influenced” by Mexico’s 2012 General Law on Climate Change and later its Climate Change National System. In the United States

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WAIVER: Purity Bay, LLC, its staff, dealers and affiliates make no general or specific health or performance claims of any kind. Regardless what occasional contributing writers post on blogs or social media sites this disclaimer applies. Certain technologies are known to do certain things but no one system does all things for all situations. Readers are advised to do their own research for all matters and not rely on this or any one site or advisor. Studies exist at http://www.WQA.org.

WAIVER: Purity Bay, LLC, its staff, dealers and affiliates make no general or specific health or performance claims of any kind. Regardless what occasional contributing writers post on blogs or social media sites this disclaimer applies. Certain technologies are known to do certain things but no one system does all things for all situations. Readers are advised to do their own research for all matters and not rely on this or any one site or advisor. Studies exist at www.WQA.org. Purity Bay makes no claims about your specific water composition, or quality or about any specific solution, savings or benefits. Proper individual testing, evaluation, equipment selection, installation, maintenance and upgrades are required. Plus water and usages change. Purity Bay does not state or imply that any local utility falls short in state or federal standards in addressing general health or water concerns. On the contrary, we claim they do heroic jobs given limited resources and increasing demand on a limited resources that is being polluted more each day. Actual industry positions and studies on savings, benefits, performance, general water conditions and industry codes are available at www. WQA.org. Avoid mistakes. Study your annual utility reports ,ask to see WQA Certifications from anyone advising you. Plus do your own research at www.WQA.org.

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