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For the first in time in centuries, GCI data illustrates that the greenhouse gases have shown signs of being eliminated from the planet’s atmosphere.
The head of the Global Climate Initiative had stated on Wednesday that the advances in energy production and storage,
notably for alternative energy sources has significantly affected the future of the planet.
"WHAT WE HAVE FACED UP UNTIL NOW, AND POSSIBLY A FEW MORE DECADES INTO THE FUTURE, IS THE EFFECTS OF THE GENERATIONS PAST....
BUT WE HAVE FOUND WAYS TO ADJUST, AND ALSO ELIMINATE THE HARMFUL CHEMICALS THAT HAVE PLAGUED US FOR CENTURIES."
– GCI HEAD, RON HALFIRE
Among the ways mentioned by Halfire are the production of electrical/clean-fuel vehicles, biodegradable products, and the introduction of plastic consuming microbes.
We should note the impact of the alternative-energy surge of the late 20’s when researchers at Edderlen Labs successfully developed a way to significantly improve battery storage.
Alternative energies, such as solar power, hydroelectric, and wind energy were able to take a stronger foothold in developed nations. The introduction of the Chea-Panels from Energy Un Ltd.
also fostered the boom in alternate energy sources.
In the 30’s, the alternate energy sources became ingrained into wearables, as nearly all products on the market became saturated by these new styles.
Still, the niche market for handcrafted watches remains timeless, as the sector of that industry experienced a boom in the mid-50’s.
When asked about the global exploration missions, and the possibility of a completely original civilization being born onto one of the moons, Halfire responded with optimism.
He stated that “The green initiative committee is working overtime with the space agency to produce cleaner, yet more powerful rockets, and propulsion technologies.”
Meanwhile, others have chided the government citing that it has failed to place enough emphasis on worldwide health.
While the production of alternate energy sources and storage has indeed contributed to the improvement in living conditions over the past century,
hundreds of thousands still pass away from cancer and cardiovascular diseases.
Although there are treatment options that help extend the lifespans of the afflicted, nonetheless, there’s been a sort of stagnation in the field.
The government had seen climate change as an investment “in the future,” consequently adding more debt and allying with over 160 nations in a global effort.
Giff Clifford has gone on record to say that “[we’re] throwing millions around to solve these medical problems,
but not enough incentive has been provided by the government to address this sector.”
On the other hand, public opinion has been in favor of the strong focus placed by world leaders. Many took to social media to express their appraisals.
The mentality of tackling one problem at a time has been more and more evident in recent years.
Supporters of both the GCI and the global policies wrought forth by them can agree to this mantra in resolving issues: “one by one”.