Rio de Janiero. Kyoto. Montreal. Since 1992, scientists, politicians, environmental-activist groups and concerned citizens, have equated these city names with the global climate change conferences they hosted.
The latest conference comes from the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) that released a new report last week in Paris, France. Top scientists from 113 countries agreed unanimously that the mass-burning of fossil fuels, land use and agriculture practices are melting polar ice caps and increasing global temperatures. The report also indicates that the world has already warmed by over 0.7