Kyoto Protocol

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Kyoto Protocol
Research Questions
1. Greenhouse gases are produced by industrial activities such as the burning of oil, gas, or coal. Greenhouse gases cause global warming by collecting in the air and trapping heat causing temperatures to rise and change weather patterns. 2. Global warming can cause many problems such as droughts, floods, and hurricanes. 3. The Kyoto Protocol was created to encourage countries to decrease their industrial pollution. 4. To make the agreement legally binding or valid the protocol had to be signed by 55 countries that created 55% of greenhouse gases in 1990. 5. The United States and Australia were the only industrialized countries who refused to sign the protocol agreement.

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223 Alabama Ln.
Hempstead, NY, 11550
December 9, 2014
Dear Mr. Editor:
I am writing to ask you to support the Kyoto Protocol. The protocol encourages countries to be more energy efficient and reduce greenhouse gases created by industrial activities. The Kyoto Protocol only asks all those involved to cut back on pollution during the countries’ industrialization in order to prevent global temperatures rising more than 2° Celsius. The purpose of this protocol is to reduce pollution, and prevent global warming from accumulating further. It proposes that all 55 countries that signed to make the protocol valid must reduce greenhouse gases by 5%. For example, Canada producing the most emissions was the first to sign the protocol. I think that this is an important and effective strategy. It will benefit the community at large by assisting in keeping the air cleaner and healthier, and many will be grateful for a better environment. Thank you for your support.

Sincerely,
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