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What are governments doing?

What are governments doing?
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So far, we have discussed what climate change is and how it affects us.  In this section we will explore steps that are being taken on an international and national level to combat anthropogenic climate change.

Below are some of the tools that are used to monitor a country’s progress.

How is your country doing? Investigate and report back in the discussion at the bottom of this section.

For more information on what governments are doing globally these are outlined in the PDF at the bottom of this page, which has been put together by Dr Laura Elgie.

Dr Laura Elgie is a consultant anaesthetist at University College London Hospitals NHS Trust (UCLH). She has an interest in environmental sustainability and is one of four leads of the Anaesthetist for Climate Emergency (ACE) Team, along with Dr Manu-Priya Sharma.

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