A.They have funded colleges for environmental education.
B.They have adopted agreements like the Kyoto Protocol to limit pollution.
C.They have adopted international laws and fined countries who break them.
D.They have funded agencies like the World Wildlife Fund.
The answer is B.They have adopted agreements like the Kyoto Protocol to limit pollution.
The Kyoto agreement was adopted in 1997 in Japan by a host of countries. They came together to discuss and tackle the problem of climate change as a result of emissions of gases by machines etc. Due to the fact that greenhouse gas emissions can’t be totally eradicated, it could however be minimized to the barest minimum.
<span>THE MAIN ROLE OF THE MALI EMPIRE IN THE EURASIAN TRADE NETWORK WAS MANY NUMBER OF TRADERS AND RECANTS WHICH INCREASED MALI'S RULE. HE ALSO SUPPORTED THE SPREAD OF ISLAM WHICH WAS ONE OF THEIR MAIN ROLES IN THE EURASIAN TRADE NETWORK. THIS MADE VERY POPULAR AMONG MUSLIM TRADERS AND MERCHANTS WHICH INCREASED TRADE IN THE CAPITAL CITY OF NIANI IN THE WEST AFRICA.
MANSA MUSA INFLUENCED THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE MALI EMPIRE BY PROMOTING THE EDUCATION AND POVIDE THE MALI EMPIRE A GOOD NAME FOR THE PEOPLE TO KNOW OF DUING HIS REIGN. MANSA MUSA ALSO PROVIES CAMELS WHICH ARE ALMOST 300 PIECES WITH A GOLD. HE BROUGHT TRADE, EDUCATION AND THE MUSLIM RELIGION TO THE EMPIRE INCREASED THE INFLUENCE OF ISLAMIC CULTURE. MANSA MUSA WAS A WEALTHIEST MALI EMPIRE DURING THE 14TH CENTURY IN THE CENTRAL PART OF WESTERN AFRICA.</span>
The unicorn appeared in early Mesopotamian artworks, and it also was referred to in the ancient myths of India and China. The earliest description in Greek literature of a single-horned (Greek monokerōs, Latin unicornis) animal was by the historian Ctesias (c. 400 bce), who related that the Indian wild a** was the size of a horse, with a white body, purple head, and blue eyes,
Irrigation is a way of watering plants. There are many types of irrigation. Such as drip irrigation, surface irrigation, and sprinkler irrigation. Irrigation is mostly seen as channels of water helping to water plants.
87 years ago, the Founding Fathers created a brand new country here based on the idea that everyone is equal. Now, we are at war with ourselves, and this war is testing whether that kind of country can survive. A battle of this war was fought right here where we are standing. We are here today to dedicate a part of this battlefield as a cemetery for the soldiers that died here. This is the right thing to do. There is no way that we can ever bless this ground today more than the soldiers that died here already have. We can’t even come close. No one is going to care or remember the words we say here, but no one can ever forget what those soldiers did here. It’s up to the rest of us that are still alive to dedicate ourselves to finishing what these soldiers have started. It’s up to us to dedicate ourselves to saving the country, and remind ourselves that people have died for this cause. We have to promise that the soldiers here did not die for nothing. We have to promise that this country, under God, will be free again. We have to promise that a country that is made up of the people, was created by the people, and made to serve the people can exist in this world.