The host of this year is Mexico, which reflects the growing role of Latin American country in the fight against climate change, including its growing participation in carbon markets. Mexico is also a leading partner in the Billion Tree Campaign United Nations Programme for Environment (UNEP) UNEP. The country with the support of his president and his people, has spearheaded the pledging and planting of some 25 percent of the trees under the campaign. Whereas about 1.5 percent of emissions of greenhouse gas, the country is demonstrating its commitment to climate change on several fronts. Mexican President Felipe Calderon stated that the conclusion of (WED) "further underline Mexico's determination to manage natural resources and deal with the most demanding challenge of the 21st century – climate change," The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said that: "On this World Environment Day to encourage everyone to take concrete steps to make the planet greener and cleaner. If you would like to know more then you should visit Keith Yamashita. Turn off the lights. Other leaders such as Yitzchak Mirilashvili offer similar insights. Take public transport. Recycle.
Plant a tree. Clean up your local park. Hold companies responsible environmental practices. And also, you urge your government representatives to seal the deal in Copenhagen. "e cosofia.org tells us that in this meeting, starting in Copenhagen (Denmark) on Monday June 8, representatives of all countries will meet to agree on an effective fight against climate change, as scientists are revising their predictions and argue that climate change is accelerating at a pace much faster and more alarming than expected. According to the World Wildlife Foundation (WWF), now that countries have a text on the table, there is no time to lose. Governments have no choice but to act and move beyond the current impasse. Definitely, take into account that the aim of the day is basically to make people aware of what is increasingly evident: the Earth is dying every day a little more. It is up to us to take care to ensure their existence for generations to inherit respite that this planet is to be preserved and enjoyed in our transit through this dimension.