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There has been great discussion and controversy over something that has recently been proposed to Canadians This something is the Kyoto Accord The Kyoto Accord is a doctrine that was put together to help reduce the amount of greenhouse gas emissions and therefore reduce the global warming phenomenon If Canada was to agree with the Kyoto Protocol it would mean we would have to cut down greenhouse gas emissions by 30 by 2010 Many say this number is not achievable without devastating our current economy Others say that we can do this if we try hard and cut back on many of the things we enjoy and have come to depend on The fact is that Canada is not in a state of readiness to commit itself to the propositions of the Kyoto Accord because there is no set plan of action to reduce greenhouse gasses and there is no room in our budget to implement these plans The signing of the Kyoto Accord would not be in the best interest of Canadians Many will argue that the human impact on the environment has caused global warming They say that human-created greenhouse gas is the main cause of the climate change and that we should significantly reduce the amount of gas that we give off This statement is false Carbon dioxide in the gas that causes the global climate change The atmosphere is made up of 2 carbon dioxide of that 2 we are responsible for 20 therefore we contribute to 04 of atmospheric gas This number is very insignificant if you ask me Global climate change could be a cycle that occurs every thousand hundred thousand or million years we do not have the records to judge whether or not global warming is a cycle So to say that we are the cause of global warming is to say something that there is not have enough knowledge to back up If
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