Validating the effects of climate change

  • Arun Vijay S, Saran R
  • Greta Thunberg, a climate activist from Sweden, 16 years old, in spite of her globally acclaimed efforts to make lawmakers enforce laws to reduce their carbon footprint , is failing to succeed as lawmakers are ignorant of the effects of climate change and are refusing to believe it. Even large sections of the general public are refusing to take action on reducing their carbon footprint as they are not aware of climate change and are refusing to acknowledge it's effects, or even believe that climate change is real. A lack of information about the environmental parameters such as CO2 content in the air and the density of particulate matter is holding back people who are ready to take action, and ask lawmakers to enforce laws that curb the growing effect on climate change.

  • Climate change: Industries failing to recognize their contribution to acceleration of climate change, general public who take resources for granted and pollute their local environments, governments who fail to prohibit vehicle laws on their own buses and on the general public, not take necessary action to curb emissions from older vehicles that have no pollution control norms in today's law.

  • https://drive.google.com/open?id=1mbjrJa_j951oBNmYwmEdsePH4dcnA_r9

    When asked whether they were aware of climate change, most of them had a pretty good idea of what it was and knew it was pretty real. Most of the people didn't realize that it had a personal impact on them because of the general lack of awareness and statistical evidence about climate change. They were also pretty skeptical in the Government's involvement and themselves were willing to make personal sacrifices to reduce climate change. We infer this data from the excel file attached above.

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November 14, 2019

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