Baggage: the case for climate mitigation
The article focuses on the implications of responding climate destabilization which would create climate-change-driven weather effects and rising of sea levels. The author cites some guidelines which would directly withstand drought-tolerant crops in agriculture, changing architectural standards and modifying infrastructure to adapt larger storm events and prolonged drought. Many of the scientists have made several studies on how to adapt towards a rapid transition of energy efficiency and deployment of renewable energy sources, wherein the activities of greenhouse gases emission is continuously working.
Orr, David. 2009. "Baggage: The Case for Climate Mitigation." Conservation Biology 23(4): 790-93.
Greenhouse gas mitigation, Carbon offsetting, Climatic changes, Absolute sea level change, Renewable energy sources