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L'impact du changement climatique

les femmes sont les premières impactées par les effets du changement climatique car la raréfaction des ressources naturelles renforce les inégalités de genre existantes, notamment en termes d'accès à l'eau et à la terre. Les femmes et les enfants sont également 14 fois plus affectés par les effets des catastrophes naturelles.
• Les pays où les femmes sont mieux représentées dans les parlements signent plus de traités en faveur de la protection de l'environnement.e changement climatique est un problème que chacun de nous contribue à cause de nos activités quotidiennes nécessitent l’utilisation de combustibles fossiles qui entraînent le dioxyde de carbone (CO2), l’un des principaux gaz à effet de serre qui causent le changement climatique.
Contrer votre contribution au changement climatique

Les crédits de carbone sont une place de marché outil grâce auquel vous pouvez contrer vos émissions personnelles de CO2 de conduite, de vol, et la consommation d’énergie à domicile, également connu sous le nom de votre empreinte carbone. En achetant des crédits de carbone, vous prenez en charge les projets qui contrecarrent les émissions de CO2 que vous n’avez pas encore réussi à éliminer.
Une solution qui change la vie pour les plus pauvres

Carbon Offsets To Alleviate Poverty (COTAP) se spécialise dans la connexion de votre empreinte carbone des projets forestiers accrédités dans les pays les moins avancés qui créent change la vie de revenus pour les petits agriculteurs qui vivent avec moins de 2 dollars par jour.

COTAP combine les contributions des individus et des organisations et soutient des projets qui compensent les agriculteurs pour la plantation et l’entretien des arbres sur les parties sous-utilisées de leurs terres. Semis et la croissance des arbres sont contrôlées et vérifiées par des tiers, et les paiements des agriculteurs sont à chargement frontal et basé sur la performance, versée sur une période de 7 à 10 ans pour les plantations qui séquestrent le CO2 de plus de 25 ans ou plus.
La flexibilité et la Capacité Financière

Rapide et facile niveaux décalés sont à droite, et les transactions effectuées par le biais de cette page sont régulièrement affectés à COTAP quatre projets au Nicaragua, au Mozambique, en Ouganda et au Malawi. Les transactions sont 100% déductibles des impôts pour les résidents des États-Unis.

Si vous préférez, vous pouvez personnaliser complètement votre transaction via “Offsetting Options” dans notre menu ci-dessus. Là, vous pouvez compenser aussi peu que 1 tonne de CO2 en tonnes ou que vous le souhaitez, ainsi que le contrôle complet sur la façon dont une grande partie de votre transaction est distribué à chacun de nos 4 projets.
- See more at: http://cotap.org/changement-climatique/#sthash.FV6kh5XL.dpuf

English translation by community member McKinley

The Impact of climate change

Women are impacted first by the effects of climate change because of the scarcity of natural resources reinforcing existing gender inequalities, especially in terms of access to water and land. Women and children are equally 14 times more affected by the effects of natural disasters.
The countries where women are better represented in parliaments sign more treaties for the protection of the environment and changing climate is a problem that each of us contribute to because our daily activities require the use of fossil fuels, which brings about CO2, a major greenhouse gas emission that causes climate change.

Counter your contribution to climate change:

The carbon credits are a market place tool through which you can use to counter your C02 emissions from driving, flying and home energy consumption, also known as your carbon footprint. By purchasing carbon credits, you support projects that counteract C02 emissions that you haven’t yet eliminated.
A solution that changes life for the poor:

Carbon Offsets to Alleviate Poverty (COTAP) specializes in the connection of your carbon footprint to accredited forest projects in the least developed countries that create life changing income for small farmers who live on les/s than $2 a day.
COTAP combines the individual contributions and of organizations and supports projects that compensates farmers for planting and maintaining trees on parts of their underutilized land. Planting and tree growth are checked and verified by third parties, and payments to farmers are front loading and performance based, paid over a period of 7-10 years for farmers that sequester C02 over 25 years or more.

Flexibility and Financial Capital:
Quickly and easily, levels are offset, and transactions carried out through this webpage are regularly effected by COTAP’s four projects in Nicaragua, Mozambique, Uganda and Malawi. The transactions are 100% deductible on taxes for residents of the United States.
If you prefer, you can completely personalize your transaction via “Offsetting options” in our menu above. There, you can compensate as little as 1 ton of C02 in tons, or as you like and have complete control over how much of your transaction is distributed to each of our 3 projects.

See more at http://cotap.org/changement-climatique/#sthash.FV6kh5XL.dpuf

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Translation

The Impact of climate change
Women are impacted first by the effects of climate change because of the scarcity of natural resources reinforcing existing gender inequalities, especially in terms of access to water and land. Women and children are equally 14 times more affected by the effects of natural disasters.
The countries where women are better represented in parliaments sign more treaties for the protection of the environment and changing climate is a problem that each of us contribute to because our daily activities require the use of fossil fuels, which brings about CO2, a major greenhouse gas emission that causes climate change.

Counter your contribution to climate change:

The carbon credits are a market place tool through which you can use to counter your C02 emissions from driving, flying and home energy consumption, also known as your carbon footprint. By purchasing carbon credits, you support projects that counteract C02 emissions that you haven’t yet eliminated.
A solution that changes life for the poor:

Carbon Offsets to Alleviate Poverty (COTAP) specializes in the connection of your carbon footprint to accredited forest projects in the least developed countries that create life changing income for small farmers who live on les/s than $2 a day.
COTAP combines the individual contributions and of organizations and supports projects that compensates farmers for planting and maintaining trees on parts of their underutilized land. Planting and tree growth are checked and verified by third parties, and payments to farmers are front loading and performance based, paid over a period of 7-10 years for farmers that sequester C02 over 25 years or more.

Flexibility and Financial Capital:
Quickly and easily, levels are offset, and transactions carried out through this webpage are regularly effected by COTAP’s four projects in Nicaragua, Mozambique, Uganda and Malawi. The transactions are 100% deductible on taxes for residents of the United States.
If you prefer, you can completely personalize your transaction via “Offsetting options” in our menu above. There, you can compensate as little as 1 ton of C02 in tons, or as you like and have complete control over how much of your transaction is distributed to each of our 3 projects.
See more at http://cotap.org/changement-climatique/#sthash.FV6kh5XL.dpuf

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Sous l’effet du rayonnement solaire, l’atmosphère, qui enveloppe notre planète, agit comme une couverture : elle réchauffe la Terre. C’est ce phénomène naturel d’effet de serre qui limite les variations de températures à la surface de la Terre. Sans lui, la température moyenne ne serait pas de + 15°C, mais de - 18°C !

Une partie des rayons du Soleil traverse l’atmosphère et vient chauffer le sol et les océans. La Terre renvoie une part de ces rayons dans l’atmosphère, mais en émet aussi elle-même : les plantes, les êtres vivants, les volcans… sont alors autant de sources de chaleur qui, elles, remontent vers l’atmosphère

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