Manash Laha
Climate Change and earth observation, Needs for adaptation, mitigation and resilience, Current Progress in Adaptation and Gaps, Climate Change Mitigation Options in Energy sector, The forest sector to mitigate climate change, Sustainable forest management, Adaptation & Mitigation in Agriculture sector, sustainable agriculture, Adaptation & Mitigation in Water resources, Adaptation and mitigation strategy for coastal zones, Climate change adaptation and mitigation: Future direction.
Climate change is a pressing global issue that poses significant risks to the environment, human health, and economies. The increase in greenhouse gas emissions from human activities has led to rising global temperatures, sea level rise, severe weather events, changes in ecosystems and wildlife habitats, and negative impacts on human health and well-being. In order to address the impacts of climate change, it is essential for individuals, communities, governments, and businesses to engage in both adaptation and mitigation efforts. Adaptation involves taking proactive measures to reduce vulnerability and build resilience in response to changing climate conditions. This can include implementing infrastructure improvements, developing early warning systems for natural disasters, protecting biodiversity hotspots, and promoting sustainable agriculture practices. Mitigation efforts focus on reducing greenhouse gas emissions through actions such as transitioning to renewable energy sources, improving energy efficiency in buildings and transportation systems, conserving forests that act as carbon sinks, and promoting sustainable land use practices. By reducing emissions at the source of production or consumption we can help slow down the rate of warming globally. It is crucial for policymakers at all levels of government to prioritize investments in climate change adaptation strategies while also working towards ambitious targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Additionally, individual actions such as reducing personal carbon footprints by driving less frequently or consuming less meat can also contribute positively towards mitigating climate change. Overall, addressing climate change requires a coordinated effort from all sectors of society, with a focus on building adaptive capacity, and pursuing mitigation strategies that will lead us towards a more sustainable future.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 11

Page(s): 579 - 585
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