The UN Climate Change Conference (COP21) has begun in Paris amid tight security where French President Francois Hollande welcomes 151 Heads of State and representatives of 190 nations. Each of the world leaders will be given 3 minutes at the start of the conference to state their intentions. It is hoped that over $20 billion in annual funding for clean energy projects will be announced, starting in 2020, from public and private sources.
Over the next 2 weeks a series of meetings, presentations and speeches will be made to develop a new global agreement on climate change, aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions, which it is hoped will avoid the threat of dangerous warming of the earth due to human activities.
The key to climate change is in reducing emissions on all levels, tighter controls must be in place for all countries to restrict their impact on the planet. The ultimate aim is to limit warming to 2C (3.6F) above pre-industrial levels, a very dangerous threshold. Since 1880, the average global temperature has already risen by almost 1C. About 0.6C of this has occurred in the past three decades.
One of the biggest polluters and producers of emissions on earth are cars. With over 172.5 million old cars (5 to 14 years old) currently on the roads of Europe, each one poisoning the air we breath and damaging the environment with dangerous emissions. In the UK vehicles pass their MOT exhaust emissions test without any problems and continue to pollute. Much tighter restrictions must be placed on this test to not allow vehicles to pollute further.
A “Real World” Answer
By reducing these dangerous car pollutants, AddMe by Lambda offers a hands on environmental service for the first time,an easy solution to owners of cars over 5 years old. “Real World” testing has seen AddMe safely clearing the unseen build up of engine deposits, increasing fuel efficiency, the life of the engine and most importantly by also turning wasted fuel into increased fuel miles, reducing exhaust emissions of your older vehicle. AddMe is one way you can help reduce global emissions, simply and effectively.
Lets hope the world leaders can all agree to emissions reductions and helping to save the planet, just as AddMe is designed to do.