Studies on Advanced Technologies for Climate Change- A Review
Keywords:Renewable Energy Technology, Negative Emission Technology, Green House Gas
Climate change is the broader term which signifies to long term effects in the shifting of temperature and weather patterns. The shifting of the temperature and weather patterns disrupt the balance of the natural activities and creates the risk to the all kinds of life on the earth. The significant changes in weather patterns and increase in global temperature is mainly the cause of greenhouse gas level increment. In these studies, the various technologies along with the restrictions like financial crisis, locations and public norms are described.
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