The unhidden potential of renewables is yet to be discovered.
Those who have learned about its advantages have made serious changes in their lives.
Many countries are changing their infrastructures, making houses and buildings more convenient for renewables.
People change their lifestyles, making them sustainable by switching from plastic to paper straws and bags.
Humankind is making an effort to save our planet.
The main question is – can the world run on renewable energy?
We’ve seen countries and people do it.
Can the whole world adapt?
Why should we make a switch?
We are here to answer those questions.
Our lives are in danger – the pollution is everywhere
As we discover the advantages of renewables, we can see they benefit us way more than nonrenewables.
Fossil fuels endanger our lives by releasing deadly gasses into the air that lead to air pollution and climate change.
Air pollution refers to the release of pollutants into the air that is detrimental to human health and the planet.
It is deadly; it can cause lung cancer and other lung diseases that often go unnoticeable, without any symptoms.
Unhealthy has become a synonym for air.
People burn fossil fuels and convert land from forests to agriculture.
Since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, people have burned more and more fossil fuels and changed vast land areas from forests to farmland.
Burning fossil fuels produces carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas that causes the greenhouse effect.
Everyone knows the greenhouse effect makes the earth warmer.
Carbon dioxide is the main cause of human-induced climate change.
One more reason is the source of nonrenewables.
One day we will run out.
We have to make sure we don’t wait for that moment.
The whole world needs to be prepared for a switch.
Otherwise, many countries and homes will lose their normal living standards.
Power at homes and 24/7 access to water will become a prerogative.
We can stop that.
We can make a switch.
The question is not IF we need to adapt, it’s WHEN
The fossil fuels we all depend on are not renewable sources.
Once the nonrenewables are extinct, there is no longer a question “if” the world can adapt.
The world must adapt.
Before that happens, we must start questioning our daily lives.
What will change if we adapt?
Except for seeing solar panels, inhaling healthy air, and changing the whole world, not that much.
Today, houses that want solar energy must provide for themselves.
Tomorrow, when we switch, most countries will have to provide access to it at their own expense.
Renewables are already powering countries.
Each day is an effort to make Earth run on renewables.
Each day we are closer to it.
Can the whole world transition to a fully sustainable energy system by 2050?
The short answer is – YES. The world can transition to a fully sustainable energy system by 2050.
Everyone will use renewables as a primary source of energy.
But, as we know – renewables have disadvantages too.
One disadvantage with renewable energy is that it is difficult to generate electricity quantities that are as large as those produced by traditional fossil fuel generators.
This means that we need to reduce the amount of energy we use or build more energy facilities.
Even if we switch, there will still be emissions that will damage us.
Still, those emissions will be in a much smaller dose than today.
As we said before, the world can run on renewable energy.
It all depends on us, so we need to start adapting and listening to our environment.
The environment is suffering, and we have a way to stop it.
Make a switch today!
Let’s make the dream of a green tomorrow, a reality.
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