In order to limit this temperature’s increase, we have to reduce hardly the greenhouse gas emission. That is mainly caused by the human’s activities. Concretely, the States get together to elaborate an action plan which can do over all the human’s activities.
According to the States from COP 21, the solution is to stop funding the fossil fuel project. And instead of that, to develop renewable energy and introduce the urban energy renewal.
In order to fund this actions, it will be necessary to exploit public money (Government’s budget, collectivities, public banks) and private money (private banks, private savings). Basically, we need the commitment from all the players in order to fund environmental project and stop with the fossil fuel.
And the State have to show the good example towards the private investors putting an important part of his budget in the environmental projects. We have to be united between countries because all are not the same action capacities. So the North States are involved to give 100 billion dollars to the South States every year from the year 2020. But for the moment we don’t know really where this money have to take place in what kind of project.
Alright. The climate change seems to be on the way. But I would like to nuance. The solution for a climate transition would be to get out the fossil fuel of the economic priorities. But do you know that the first reason of the increase of the climate change is not this fossil fuel economy but well the intensive farming? But the question is often moved aside...
By Camille Jego
91% of the virgin forest all over the world has been destroyed in order to farm animals because indeed for that, we need soil for the activity, the pasture, and the cereal growing.
And let's talk about poop!
The world counts 500 “area died” in the ocean, I mean cover of nitrogen because of our excrement but most of all, the excrement of the animals for consumption.
Also, our alimentary custom is too much for the planet health. To make 1 hamburger we need 3500 liters of water, I mean a shower during 2 months.
In short, like a tsunami, our consumption destroys human cultures and Earth’s ecosystems!
The damage is the result of cultural systems that encourage people to define their happiness and success in terms of how much they consume. We can add to that, the population growth rates which crushes our earth and threaten all the humanity..
Left unaddressed, we risk global disaster. But we can channel this wave, and why not entry in a new area of the sustainability where every citizen of the world should take care of their earth.
And I think if we want a real climate change, every society’s players have to go into actions : media, educational services, business governments, and social movements to instill new cultural orientation.
By Camille Jego