How to Combat Climate Change?

Climate change is the greatest threat to global stability and prosperity. By 2035 the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere will exceed the critical level consistent with a temperature rise of more than 2˚C. We must take action to prevent this, by radically cutting the world’s output of carbon using clean energies such as photovoltaic, wind, hydroelectric..

The Problem

IT'S ALL ABOUT MONEY

Today clean energy is more costly to produce than energy based on coal, gas or oil. Until fossil-fuel-based energy will be cheaper and won't be charged for the damage it does, alternative energy won't be able to compete directly on cost and will never be largely adopted.

 

The Solution

IT'S JUST ABOUT MONEY

The challenge is a technological one and it requires a major focus from scientists and engineers. The Global Apollo Program is a 10 year project to make renewable energy cheaper than fossil fuels through internationally coordinated and publicly funded research into renewable energy technology.

 

The program requires leading governments to invest a total of $15 billion a year in research

This is nothing compared to the $100 billion currently invested in defence R&D globally each year

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To Help the Global Apollo Program We just Need to Raise our Voice

IT'S JUST ABOUT SHARING

 

HOT NEWS ON CLIMATE CHANGE

Greenland is losing 150 to 250 cubic kilometers (36 to 60 cubic miles) of ice per year

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If We Haven't Convinced You Yet..

What is Global Warming

Glaciers are melting, sea levels are rising, cloud forests are drying, and wildlife is scrambling to keep pace.

Why are renewables expensive?

The high cost of renewable generators obstructs efforts to tackle climate change, even when governments dig deep to fund them

About the Paris Agreement

At the Paris climate conference (COP21) in December 2015, 195 countries adopted the first-ever universal, legally binding global climate deal.