Right conclusion Greenpeace: fossil fuels obsolete in 2050?

Greenpeace, renewables, fossils, energy storage, reforestation, energy expert, research

governments need to manage the dismantling of the fossil fuel industry which protects it’s ‘old industry’ with major lobby activities

100% renewable energy in 2050? Is that possible? Don’t we need just a little bit of fossils and nuclear power to keep the world spinning? 

Greenpeace International, in collaboration with the German Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics, Systems Analysis & Technology Assessment concludes in their research that it is possible. According to the report, this is what we need to do: Read More

Needed: Amazon Green 4-helix Cooperation in Brazil

Brazil, water, pollution, Indians, NGO, clean water, fresh water, sustainable infra

Clean water in the Amazon is essential for Indians in the Amazon and all Brazilian civilians

The planning and implementation of a new approach to water resource management in the Amazon region will need to involve the four dimensions of a green helix initiative:

  1. government
  2. universities and research centers
  3. private sector
  4. non-governmental organizations (NGOs)

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Reforestation to rescue the world

Reforestation works, Loess plateau China, agriculture

The area of restoration on the Loess Plateau in China is the size of Belgium and thousands of years of subsistence farming had made it barren and infertile.

Large, decimated ecosystems can be restored. Bringing large areas back from environmental ruin is possible, and the results are key to stabilizing the earth’s climate, eradicating poverty and making sustainable agriculture a reality.
Under the guidance of a few people who have knowledge and vision, local uneducated rural poor can to restore empty, degraded ecosystems — transforming them into fertile, life-sustaining environments which enable people to break free from entrenched poverty.

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