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CTJT web editing course student, Clare Mills, has produced this piece of outstanding coursework.

CTJT web editing course student, Clare Mills, has produced this piece of outstanding coursework.

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  • 1. Web editing course assignment – by Clare Mills What is climate change? Climate Change (change) is considered by many to be the worlds (world’s) most important environmental problem. It has a far-reaching and seperate (separate) impacts on society and the worlds (world’s) economy. Human activity over the last 150 years is believed to have caused a significant acceleration in the rate of change of our climate. It has superceeded (superseded) all growth fourcasts (forecasts) since the milennium (millennium.) The following human activities all release Greenhouse (greenhouse) Gases (gases) into the atmosphere: burning fossil fuels such as oil (,) coal and gas to produce energy and fuel for transport, destroying forests, and intensive farming. Greenhouse Gases (gases) trap heat from the sun causing irresitable (irresistible) ‘global warming’ (global warming) and changing weather occurences (occurrences) across the globe. International scientific opinion, marshalled by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (the IPPC) (IPCC), is responsible for reporting on the global impact of changes to the climate (climate change). The IPCC advises governments on the steps needed to both adapt to climate change and to mitigate its future impact. The three key international, European and national policies to tackle climate change are: the kyoto protocol (Kyoto Protocol) (2005), EU energy policy (Energy Policy) (2007), and the draft Climate Change Bill (2007). Web editing course assignment – by Clare Mills