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Can the Year 2021 be Our Redemption in Climate Change
The increasing global warming and climate change across the world are quite concerning for almost every nation. We have seen quite drastic shifts in the world’s climate. Recent melting glaciers, forest fires in Australia and California, and other climate disasters portend snowless UK winters.
The time had already come for us to take Redemption in Climate Change to sustain our planet earth. But it’s never too let to do something better. We can still work for the earth to be a better place for everyone.
What Can be Different this Year?
In November 2016, 110 nations met in Paris to discuss climate change redemption. We’re still far from that year’s goals. But the global pandemic has given the world a new perspective. In 2020, we have seen how the whole plant can be put to a halt. Therefore countries like China, the UK, Japan, and Korea have come forward and signed deep carbon cuts to control the rapid increase in global warming.
That was a complete turnaround from past negotiations when everyone feared that they might end up incurring the cost of decarbonizing their own economy, while others did nothing but still enjoyed the climate change fruits of their labor. And the climate conference Glasgow 2021 expected in November, gives us a forum at which those carbon cuts can be ratcheted up.
Renewable Energy is the Solution
Earlier alternate technologies for cutting carbon, was quite costly and expensive, increasing the expenses of an organization. But with time, we have seen that there has been a significant drop in the price of the component used for manufacturing renewable energy products. This has led to the apse one the manufacturing cost for renewable power goods. That’s why countries are ready for cutting down carbon as it won’t be damaging their economy. Also, the usage of solar energy provides immense, cheap electricity, making it a win-win for all.
Now, entering a new decade it is up to us to either sav the planet, or make it worse for the generations to come. Happy New Year!