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In 2016, China will launch satellites to study carbon dioxide emissions

This was announced to journalists at the National Center of Meteorological Satellites at the Meteorological Administration of China. The head of the department, Yang Jun, said that at the moment work on the satellites is proceeding on schedule, and everything will be ready by the 2016 year, for which the launches are scheduled. Currently, software for both spacecraft is in full swing.

The Fengyun series devices will have on board everything necessary to study the amount of carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere over the most industrialized regions of our planet. This information should help China take a more advantageous side in international negotiations on reducing carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere.

At the moment, it is China that is the first country in the world to release carbon dioxide, which accounts for almost a quarter of the total anthropogenic carbon contamination of the Earth's gas envelope. The second place is taken by the United States of America. India, occupies the third line of the rating. The most actively polluting the Earth's atmosphere by the carbon dioxide region is Asia, while Europe, on the contrary, actively reduces the rate of emissions.

Carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere, according to modern science, are the causes of the phenomenon of climate change, which is called global warming.

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