The authoritative Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has left zero doubt that we humans are wrecking our climate.
It also effectively says the problem can be solved, and that renewable energy is the way to do it, and that nuclear power is not.
The United Nations’ IPCC is the world’s most respected authority on climate.
This IPCC report was four years in the making. It embraces several hundred climate scientists and more than a thousand computerized scenarios of what might be happening to global weather patterns.
The panel’s work has definitively discredited the corporate contention that human-made carbon emissions are not affecting climate change. To avoid total catastrophe, says the IPCC, we must reduce the industrial spew of global warming gasses by 40-70 percent of 2010 levels.
Though the warning is dire, the report offers three pieces of good news.
First, we have about 15 years to slash these emissions.
Second, renewable technologies are available to do the job.
And third, the cost is manageable.
Though 2030 might seem a tight deadline for a definitive transition to Solartopia, green power technologies have become far simpler and quicker to install than their competitors, especially atomic reactors. They are also far cheaper, and we have the capital to do it.
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