Demand-Side Mitigation

Strategies aimed at mitigating the impacts of climate change Climate ChangeThe most commonly used term to refer to the changes in the climate regionally and globally. It is recommended to…Read on اقرأ المزيد through avoiding high-carbon lifestyles High-Carbon LifestyleRefers to consumers’ way of life in the fossil fuel age, based on pervasive fossil fuel use and causing large…Read on اقرأ المزيد , shifting to new behaviors, and improving the efficiency of technologies. Examples include constructing more energy-efficient buildings, promoting public transportation or cycling instead of cars, reducing food waste, and transitioning to a circular economy Circular EconomyAn economy where all materials are fully recycled. In our current linear economy (composed of resources, products, and waste), recycling…Read on اقرأ المزيد . Demand-side mitigation alone is insufficient for achieving the 1.5 °C and 2 °C Paris Targets Paris Targets: 2° and 1.5° TargetKeeping the global mean temperature below 1.5 °C or 2°C heating compared to pre-industrial levels. Temperatures are expected to be…Read on اقرأ المزيد and needs to be complemented by supply-side mitigation Supply-Side MitigationStrategies aimed at mitigating the impacts of climate change through reducing extraction of  fossil fuels. Examples include removing fossil subsidies and…Read on اقرأ المزيد .

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