Unless we can capture carbon dioxide and remove it from the air, we will be unable to slow the rate of the greenhouse effect. There are solutions.
We are facing a climate crisis, and whoever says otherwise is ignorant and irresponsible.
The future, less than ten years from now, will bring us increasingly cleaner cities, with apps to plan our trips, with an increasingly efficient public transport and plenty of alternatives such as bicycles, scooters and fleets of clean vehicles shared use at our disposal.
We are starting an authentic recycling revolution, but there is still a lot to do in terms of awareness.
To truly address climate change, we need to turn buildings not only into energy efficient, but even, going beyond, into energetically positive, into net energy producers able to partially supply their environment.
With a minimum of political will to establish the right priorities, you can get very interesting benefits.
In a few years mandatory speed limitation systems will be installed in all new vehicles, regardless of what the petrolheads who think they know better have to say.
The alert is more than justified.
We need to change our vision to solve our transportation issues.
With education and proper planning, we could make our cities more sustainable places to live.
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If you think climate change is a side show and that there’s no need to do anything, you’re missing something. And it will certainly be the most important thing you’ve missed in your entire life.