The World Will Need To Invent Lots Of Things To Deal With Climate Crisis (scam) Or Something

None of these things really exist yet, just like how most of the current things aren’t viable. But, really, we don’t need any unicorn farts and pixie dust, the solution is right there: all who believe that the slight temperature increase since 1850 is mostly/solely the fault of Mankind needs to give up their own use of fossil fuels, stop eating meat, live in tiny homes, AC no lower than 85, heat no higher than 65, handwash and line dry clothes, etc

The world will need dozens of breakthrough climate technologies in the next decade

We’re living in a pivotal decade. By 2030, global emissions must fall by half, mostly through massive deployment of commercial solutions such as wind turbines, solar panels, and electric vehicles. But emerging climate technologies must come to market during this decade too, even if they don’t make much of a dent in emissions right away. The International Energy Agency forecasts that roughly half the reductions needed to cut emissions to nearly zero by 2050 must come from technologies that are not ready for the market today because they’re too expensive to manufacture, haven’t been tested at scale, or both.

Only a handful of clean technologies, such as silicon solar panels, onshore wind turbines, light- emitting diodes (LEDs), and lithium-ion batteries, have graduated from scientific laboratories to mass deployment. And it took decades for them to reach a scale where they could significantly reduce global emissions. Those timelines must be compressed for the world to have a chance of limiting global warming to 1.5 °C above preindustrial levels, which world leaders agreed at last year’s Glasgow Climate Conference would offer the best chance of avoiding catastrophic effects.

And, let’s be honest: most of those technologies really do not provide the power necessary, and have been around for a long time. Solar panels now aren’t much better than ones from 50 years ago.

Clean energy technologies in the electric power, transportation, industry, and building sectors will drive this change, because the use of fossil fuels in these areas causes three-quarters of global greenhouse-gas emissions. We’ll also need technologies to slash emissions from agriculture and deforestation and to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store it. Most of these technologies, however, come with what Bill Gates refers to as a high “green premium”—a measurement of the difference in cost between a clean option and a carbon- intensive one. In other words, clean energy technologies often cost more to use.

Most of the rich elite Warmists pushing this do not care, they can afford it. The average person can’t.

So how do you speed innovation? One way is by promising future customer demand. This gives innovators and investors an incentive to scale up unproven technologies and find ways to rapidly cut costs in the process. The First Movers Coalition, launched by President Joe Biden and John Kerry, the US special presidential envoy for climate (and my boss), along with the World Economic Forum, includes over 50 of the world’s largest companies, which have all made commitments to purchase emerging climate technologies by 2030. These include clean fuels to decarbonize shipping and aviation, decarbonized steel and aluminum, zero-emissions trucks, and advanced technologies to suck carbon out of the atmosphere.

In other words, government will promise they will force citizens to be consumers, whether the citizens like it or not. Surprise!

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3 Responses to “The World Will Need To Invent Lots Of Things To Deal With Climate Crisis (scam) Or Something”

  1. Porsche Driver says:

    What happened to the 2-degree limit??? We weren’t going to make it there, so they had to lower the threshold. Kind of like changing from “Global Warming” to climate change.

  2. Jl says:

    “By 2030, global emissions must fall by half”. But by 2022, you must have evidence of that. You don’t

  3. James Lewis says:

    There are quite a few things that we can do based on old things.

    Oceans rising? Build a sea wall.

    Temperatures become harmful to current crops? Grow other crops.

    CO2 increasing? Plant trees.

    Reduce CO2 from your auto? Drive slower, keep tires properly inflated, keep motor tuned for max performance.

    Replace incandescent light bulbs with CFL’s and/or LED’s.

    Don’t fly around the world attending meetings that are silly and not needed…. But use the internet if you feel you need to show us how stupid you are.

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