Scientists consider the continued increasing concentrations of greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere as the main cause of climate change. Through the process of global warming, the temperature rises, and as a result, the sea level rises as well. In an effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the Dutch government takes mitigation measures and cooperates with non-state actors. The Dutch government also takes adaption measures to protect the country against the consequences of climate change. Besides, the Netherlands is committed to tackling climate issues on a global scale and actively participates in international negotiations and agreements.
Infographics and videos climate change
- Infographic climate change: How does the Netherlands take action?
- Video: Cause, effect and approach to Climate change in the Netherlands
- Video: Climate change: Who is emitting greenhouse gases in the Netherlands