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Unformatted text preview: they keep water vapor from escaping into space by condensation at such low temperatures. 12. a) How was the ozone layer damaged by our use of halocarbons? CFC’s react in cold temperatures with O3 and break apart the bonds. b) What famous global environmental agreement phased out the use of such components, thus enabling our ozone layer to heal, eventually? Montreal Protocol c) How can we apply the same winning principle to the current case of determining a coordinated response to global warming? We can start by re-evaluating the Kyoto Protocol and make sure that all governments understand and are willing to work on the current global issues. 3 GEO305 Global Warming Spring 2012 13. The following figure from IPCC’s Summary for Policy Makers shows global anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Examine the pie chart in part (c). Fill in the table below, jotting down the share of GHG emissions (%), a proposed change you think would cut GHG emissions meaningfully for each sector (that is,...
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