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United nations climate change conference has started in Copenhagen to discuss the reasons and effects of climate change on
all nations from 07December 2009 to 18 December 2009.
The effort being put forward by developing and developed nations and their commitment through emission cuts and
reducing green house gases will be discussed and the policy binding decisions taken by various nations will be scrutinized.
The impact of such a decision to cut emissions on a nation’s development will also be debated.
Aerosols are tiny particles that are suspended in the atmosphere.They are one of the major causes for decrease in ozone layer from 1976.
Aerosols are produced naturally by volcanoes erupting, forest fires, and human activity also causes aerosols to be produced. Burning of fossil fuels, coal produces aerosol particles.
The effect of these aerosolds is to cool the earth’s atmosphere by reflecting back the sun’s rays, there by affecting the climate in our environment.