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Guide language: do not know from when to begin, a strong “ Low carbon & throughout; The wind began to sweep across China. Today is the second national low-carbon day. Let's talk about it today. Low-carbon life. The topic.
1.What is a low-carbon economy?
Low-carbon economy is based on low energy consumption, low pollution, low emission based economic model, the essence is to improve the energy efficiency, clean energy development, the pursuit of green GDP, core is the change of technology innovation, system innovation and development concept, goal is to promote economic development in low carbon and carbon-free energy economy based on the sustainable development of transformation, promote energy consumption structure to the green structural transformation, finally achieve economic and social development and ecological environment protection win-win goal.
2.What is a low-carbon lifestyle?
Low carbon, low (lower) of the greenhouse gases (carbon dioxide) emissions, low-carbon lifestyle is the way of life, low energy, low consumption can be simply interpreted as nature to human and the nature of activities. Low-carbon life represents a healthier, more natural and safer life, and is one of the ways to promote life in China.
3. What are the dangers of high carbon production and living?
High carbon production life would be a large number of mainly carbon dioxide emissions of greenhouse gases, leading to a global temperature rise, climate change, make the Antarctic ice began to melt, causing sea levels to rise, part of the island congress flooded, biological form smaller, especially can make human spring allergies, summer pulmonary infection, urinary system, such as kidney stones patients increases, cause the digestive system, nervous system, liver, and skin disease, dengue fever, malaria and encephalitis outbreak of infectious diseases.
4. What kind of person? Low carbon group & throughout;
& other; Low carbon & throughout; It is a kind of life habit, it is a kind of natural habit of saving all kinds of resources, as long as you are willing to restrain yourself and improve your life habit, you are a low carbon group.
5.What are the low carbon tips in your daily life?
To use the old newspaper to lay in the bottom of the wardrobe, not only can absorb the tide, but also absorb the smell in the wardrobe; It can also scrub glass and reduce the use of glass cleaner to pollute the environment.
The use of the mask paper used for polishing jewelry, the surface of the furniture or the belt, not only bright but also can leave the fragrance of the mask paper;
The use of dried tea leaves to make a pillow, comfortable, and can help improve sleep; It can also be used to absorb odors;
Go out shopping and try to bring your own bag.
When you go out, bring your own water glass and reduce the use of disposable cups.
Use permanent chopsticks, lunch boxes, and bring your own silverware to avoid using disposable tableware.
before the summer leaves air conditioning, first open the window to let indoor air natural replacement, and then open electric fan let indoor temperature, to open air conditioning to room temperature after 25 ~ 26 ° between;
A used plastic bottle that is washed and used to hold various liquid substances;
Using food waste and residue as fertilizer;
It is used to wash hands, wash face, wash dishes, clean furniture, water flowers, etc.
6.What are the top 10 guidelines for low-carbon living?
Reject plastic bags; To use waste products; Keep away from one-off, and promote water circulation; To reduce driving and reduce electricity consumption; The office is paperless, and you need to be careful when you go to shopping. The plants are often decorated; I want to be a volunteer.
7.The lifestyle around us is low carbon.
Use a tissue less, and pick up a handkerchief; Each piece of paper is printed on both sides; Do not take the elevator to climb stairs, regularly clean air conditioning, both health and electricity; To plant flowers and plants at home to absorb the carbon dioxide they emit; Try to keep your work in the daytime; It is not because of laziness, but to save water and electricity. It is also a kind of energy-saving lighting, air conditioning, acoustics and so on. It's better to go out and walk more. Home & throughout; It's very expensive; If you don't need to, try to buy local and seasonal products. Transportation and packaging are often more energy-intensive than production. Instead of watching TV, you can choose to dry your clothes, avoid using a tumble dryer, switch off your computer power after lunch and after work, and commute to and from work by bike or walk.
8.How much carbon dioxide a person makes every day.
Wash a hot bath, 420 g of carbon dioxide, iron a garment 20 g of carbon dioxide, garbage left 1 kg of carbon dioxide 2060 g, 218 g of carbon dioxide take the elevator up and down the floor, use 1 kg of charcoal carbon dioxide 3700 g, 80 g of carbon dioxide by bus 1 km, a high-speed train 1 km, 50 g of carbon dioxide in 1 cubic meters of natural gas carbon dioxide 2100 g, each with one ton of carbon dioxide 194 g water, 1 km ride motor vehicle emissions of carbon dioxide 55 g, driving gas-guzzling one litre of carbon dioxide 2700 g, open air conditioner 1 hour 621 g of carbon dioxide, carbon dioxide 96 g watch TV for an hour, 1 hour listening to the sound of carbon dioxide 34 g, open fan 1 hour 45 g of carbon dioxide, with a laptop for 1 hour 13 g of carbon dioxide, tungsten filament bulbs for 1 hour for 41 g of carbon dioxide.
9.What is the way out for the health of the planet?
A variety of plants. 40 years, the study found that a tree growth will absorb 465 kg of carbon dioxide per year on average, to absorb a day on average 1.27 kg of carbon dioxide, therefore, we should be in living environment tree and grass planting, as much as possible to offset our manufacturing carbon emissions.
10.Can eating less meat reduce carbon dioxide emissions?
You can. Studies have found that in the production of high protein, high fat food, such as meat, than the production of cereals, vegetable food consumed more energy and emissions of carbon dioxide, eat a kilogram of beef is equivalent to 36400 g of carbon dioxide, eat 1 kilogram of pork is equivalent to 1400 grams of carbon dioxide, and eat 1 kg of carbon dioxide emissions from fruits or vegetables, is only 1/9 of the beef. Therefore, for the sake of our health and the health of the earth, please get into it. Low carbon diet. The habit of.
11.What are the low carbon principles used in refrigerators and freezers?
Correct placement and timely maintenance. According to research, refrigerators and freezers in room temperature 30 and 31 ℃, consumption of electricity is 2 times the normal temperature condition, this kind of condition, refrigerators and freezers after a year of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere can reach 160 kg and 320 kg respectively; In addition, regular defrost maintenance will improve the energy efficiency of refrigerators and freezers.
12. In that year, China explicitly advocated the development of a low-carbon economy and proposed some ideas for promoting the development of low-carbon economy.
At the asia-pacific economic cooperation (apec) meeting held on 8 September 2007, President hu jintao clearly advocated the development of a low-carbon economy and proposed several ideas for promoting the development of low-carbon economy.
13.China solemnly pledges to the world how much carbon emissions per unit of GDP will fall by 2020 compared with 2005.
At the world climate conference in Copenhagen in December 2009, premier wen jiabao solemnly pledged to the world that China's carbon emissions per unit of GDP will fall by 40-45% from 2005 levels by 2020.
14. What are the first pilot provinces of low carbon economy in China?
In August 2010, the first pilot of bear the low carbon economy in our country is in guangdong, liaoning, hubei, shaanxi, 5 in yunnan province and tianjin, chongqing, shenzhen, xiamen, hangzhou, nanchang, guiyang, baoding city.
15. The concept of low-carbon economy was first proposed by which country.
In 1992 the United Nations framework convention on climate change and the Kyoto protocol in 1997 are systematically elaborated the concept of low carbon economy, but as the national first puts forward the concept of low carbon economy is in 2003 the UK energy white paper "our energy future: create a low carbon economy".
16.The annual world environment day is that day.
On 5 June 1972, the United Nations conference on human environment was held in Stockholm, Sweden, and the conference adopted the declaration on human environment and proposed that the annual June 5 would be established as" World environment day .
17.Can moderate drinking reduce carbon emissions?
You can. Three months in the summer, the average per month less drink a bottle of beer, one person one year can be energy-saving about 0.23 kg of standard coal, corresponding carbon dioxide 0.6 kilograms, the annual energy saving of about 297000 tons of standard coal, 780000 tons of carbon dioxide. If one person drinks half a kilogram of liquor in a young age, it can save about 0.4kg of standard coal and reduce co2 by 1 kg. If the country is 200 million; Wine throughout the people &; On average, less than 0.5 kg of liquor is consumed each year, which can save about 80,000 tons of standard coal and 200,000 tons of carbon dioxide.
18.Do you need to reduce smoking in low-carbon life?
Of course. Smoking is not only harmful to health, but also to produce cigarettes and consume energy. One cigarette a day, each person can save about 0.14 kg of standard coal each year, and the corresponding carbon dioxide emission is 0.37 kg. If the country's 350 million smokers do so, it will save about 50,000 tons of standard coal a year and reduce co2 emissions by 130,000 tons.
19.Is marriage related to low carbon?
There is. In the United States, statistics show that the average resource consumption per person after divorce is 42% to 61% higher than before divorce. So please use our marriage to protect your common home!
20. What laws and regulations have been enacted for the development of low-carbon economy in China?
China has formulated the energy conservation law, the renewable energy law, the law on the promotion of circular economy, the law on the promotion of clean production and the regulations on the energy conservation of civil buildings.