Klimaforandringerne rammer alle
Af Tawen Musa
Climate change is the world`s biggest threat. It has proven already that almost every country has an experience of its impact. Human activities are destroying nature, as development fosters industries and agriculture to meet the demand as the world’s ever growing population.
It is estimated by WWF that about 30 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide is released into the atmosphere each year - mainly as a result of burning fossil fuels like coal, oil and natural gases.
We are putting the world we live in at risk, if no urgent actions are taken to reduce carbon emissions in order to achieve UNFCCC goal of reducing global warming by 2030.
We visited Økolariet on the 24th of August 2015, which is in Vejle, a small city in Denmark. It was a great experience for me to be enlighted more on the importance of protecting nature and the threats that Denmark are experiencing, such as frequencies on strong heavy rainfall.
The forecasts says that Vejle, and other nine Danish cities, will be covered by water by 2050, if no argent solutions are put into place. Climate change hits almost all countries in different ways, but some countries do not have the capacity to start up projects against climate change.