It is the responsibility for all people and nation throughout the world to help do their parts in stabilizing greenhouse gases on Earth. On a national level, a national renewable energy portfolio standard would help make available the renewable energy technology as well as provide incentives to develop the next generation of clean energy technology.
We must make personal choices to make a difference. Instead of driving a car, we may choose to walk, bike or carpool whenever possible. At home we can turn off the lights or consider unplugging electronic devices that do not need to be on. Everyone should try to be as energy efficient as possible. Have student government association to ask schools to buy renewable energy from their utility company whenever possible.
Recommendations of the International Climate Change Taskforce states that global problems requires global solutions. The taskforce recommends that a long-term objective be establish to prevent global average temperatures from rising more than 2 degrees Celsius above the pre-industrial level, to limit the extent and magnitude of climate-change impacts.(28)
They recommend that a global framework be adopted that builds on the work of others, and enables all countries to be a part of the action on climate change at the global level. The task force suggests that G8 governments increase their spending on research, development and demonstration of advanced technologies for energy-efficient and low-and zero-carbon energy supply by 2010.(29)
The International Climate Change Taskforce recommends that G8 and other major economies pursue technology agreements that will lead to large emissions reductions, and food crops biofuels. They advocate for a culturally and ecologically sensitive land preserve and protection for biodiversity.(30)
The taskforce recommends that all developed countries introduce mandatory cap-and- trade systems for carbon emissions, and construct them to allow for future integration into a single global market. In addition, The International Climate Change Taskforce recommends that developed countries keep existing commitments to provide greater financial and technical assistance to help less well developed countries. They stated that governments committed to action on climate change should raise public awareness of the problems and build public support for climate policies and make a long-term investment in effective climate communication activities.(31)