Secondly, governments should inform manufacturers about potential hazards of their activities. There is a perfect alternative currently, because people started looking for the instruments for dealing with global warming around them, i.e. in the environment and biotechnologies. The question about efficacy of these technologies is rather complicated and challenging, but it is a modern and appropriate solution to a problem. On the example of the modern researches and studies it is further claimed that the options for global warming reduction can be found if one looked around and used natural resources, environmental processes, inhabitants of flora and basic elements of fauna.
Greenhouse gases are increased in case the worlds greatest environmental challenge occurs. Technologies can play an effective role in managing long-term effects of climate change. American scientists have recently found that key enzymes, which appeared in CO2 impounding by plants during photosynthesis, the ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase (RuBisCO). These scientists made an attempt to measure RuBisCO and its types with advanced kinetic and biophysical features enabling plants to use and convert CO2 in a more effective. They made an attempt to correlate RuBisCO genes with bacteria and focus on emergent RuBisCO enzymes (Using Biotechnology against Global Warming, 2006). Naturally, E. coli bacteria do not transfer the RuBisCO enzyme and they do not exert any influence on photosynthesis. In the result of these actions with RuBisCo, photosynthetic bacteria appeared. According to the researchers, quick changes in RuBisCO could potentially lead to a faster plant growth, quicker sequestration of the CO2 from the air and more efficient plant removal of greenhouse gases from the atmosphere (Using Biotechnology against Global Warming, 2006). Therefore, it is evident that this technology enables to solve a problem