Countermeasures for Controlling Greenhouse Gas Emission and Preventing Global Warming
作者: 石福臣 ：南开大学生命科学学院;
Abstract: CO2 is the main component of greenhouse gas, and its contribution to global warming is over 50%, controlling the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere is a significant way to prevent global warming. Through protection of natural forest and increase of forest volume, the carbon-fixing ability of forest would be enhanced effectively to prevent the CO2 emission from forestland to the atmosphere; CO2 fixed in forest ecosystem would be temporarily separated from biological cycle and stored in carbon storage through permanent utilization of timber; In the drafting of land use plans, if the vegetation’s carbon-fixing function would be fully considered and reasonably developed, and the original forest, wetland and marsh vegetations would be protected, the CO2 emission will be controlled effectively and the environment quality will be improved. The development and utilization of displacement energy for fossil energy will be one of important way to reduce CO2 emission. In addition, because circa half of the total CO2 emission to the atmosphere is discharged by families, it is an important link for human to adopt new energy-economized eco-life mode in the control of CO2 emission.
文章引用: 石福臣 (2013) 应对气候变暖发展低碳经济的生产与生活策略。 低碳经济， 2， 1-5. doi: 10.12677/JLCE.2013.21001
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