About Global Warming
Global climate change, caused by carbon emissions from industrialized human activity, is recognized as one of the most serious global threats - and it will soon affect each and everyone one of us. Although travel is inevitable, the impacts from travel activities are significantly contribute to climate change.

What is the science behind climate change?

The earth's atmosphere traps heat from the sun, a natural phenomenon without which the earth would be too cold for humans to inhabit. Human activity generates greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide from burning fossil fuels, industrial processes, and agriculture. These gases add to the atmospheric layer that traps heat.
The massive increase in the use of fossil fuels in the last 200 years has resulted in the gradual increase in the earth's temperature known as 'global warming'. This global warming effect is accelerating. But global warming does not mean that the whole world is getting uniformly hotter since it negatively affects different regions in different ways.
However, the earth's climates and ecosystems are finely balanced, and a small change can have large consequences. The unpredictability of the global climate system to an increase in average temperatures has led to the use of the term 'global climate change' which is indicative of the 'global warming' reality.

Our Mission
The enforcement and protection of our global ecology is urgently needed if we are to prevent
passing the environmental point of no return. We are asking all individuals and groups
to join and unite with us to bring about social change to save the future for all living things.

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CSR Minute: August 5, 2009
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