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Compensation of CO2 Emissions in the Print Process

Climate change is the greatest challenge facing humanity. It is threatening biodiversity in flora and fauna, will compromise ecosystems and change our way of living. The average global temperature has already risen 0.74 degrees Celsius in the past 100 years.

UN researchers believe it is possible that the global temperature will rise up to 6.4 degrees Celsius by 2100. The scientific community attributes the global rise in temperature over the past century to a measurable increase in the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.
The cause for this is considered to be combustion of fossil fuels (especially petroleum, natural gas, black coal and brown coal).

Further Information is available under

Climate Protection: Lehrangebote
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