Environmentalists have come to the Crimea decision to turn to international organizations for help on overcoming the consequences of ecological catastrophe. Also, the holiday season can not begin this year and in the Kherson region due to large-scale environmental disasters (oil spills detected in early March), whose consequences are still not completely eliminated. EU discusses climate change, and Australia joined the Kyoto researchers from different countries, including USA, Canada and Germany, came to the conclusion that to stop the dangerous process of global climate change requires much more drastic measures than anticipated earlier. At a summit in Brussels, leaders of 27 European Union states agreed on how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. According to European politicians need to give the EU fight against climate change special value, since this phenomenon has already caused huge problems in many countries around the world.
Europe would like to become a leader in the global fight against climate change. It is expected that a new global climate agreement, which will replace the Kyoto Protocol will be discussed in 2009. By 2020, 27 European countries plan to achieve to reduce the emission of gases causing the greenhouse effect by 20% compared to c 1990. And so time, another significant event last week was the signing of the Kyoto Protocol by Australia. The Kyoto Protocol entered into force in Australia March 11, 2008. From now on greenhouse gas emissions will reduced and closely monitored in Australia. In addition, the signing of the Kyoto Protocol gives the government the opportunity to participate directly in discussions of global environmental problems on the forums international scale.