Mitigation of Climate Change is a long-term task of the whole international community and its successful realization requires the formation of a global consensus on LONG TERM CLIMATE TARGETS (gwhat must be the upper limits to the temperature rise and global emission of greenhouse gasses throughout the 21st century?h). gJSA-ACTh intends to promote the formation of such a consensus by providing its visitors with the latest information regarding official views on Long Term Climate Targets and related statistical data igreenhouse gas emissions, their concentrations in the atmosphere, global mean temperaturejin the form of tables and diagrams.
gJSAh is the acronym for the organization that created the website: gJapan Scientistsf Associationh. Details of the JSA can be found at http://jsa.gr.jp/intl/.
gACTh stands for gAnnounced Climate Targetsh. It also represents a call to the governments that have not yet expressed their views on the global action goals: gAnnounce your Climate Targets!h Finally it is an appeal addressed to everyone to ACT to counter the advancing threat of Climate Change.
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