Climate and nature

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The disasters that climate crisis amount to are enormous and this weighs down on all people it comes as heavy rains, as floods, as cyclones, as hurricanes and we are forced out of the place we called home in search for new land. High temperatures are not the norm for all societies and increasing temperature is dreaded for its adverse effects causing droughts that dry up the land making it infertile for the crops to grow and the harvest is poor as a result, malnutrition and disease plagues the community. High temperatures increase humidity and moist air carry aerosols also spreading microbes in the air that is why wind energy is needed to combat this temperature increase and this happens all over the world so the stakes are on the table for scaling in order of relative impact to all countries across the globe to use their manpower and foster the environmental change that befits the various jurisdictions.

Mitigation strategies include retrofitting buildings to make them more energy efficient and adopting the right type of renewable energy sources like solar, wind and small hydro depending on the site. Helping cities develop more sustainable transport such as rapid bus transit will speed up travel so combustion in the air reduces in stagnant traffic. Electric vehicles and biofuel which reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 30% will help out even promoting sustainability in the use of land will be a way ahead of climate change crisis. Anticipatory, reactive, public and planned adaptation will alter behavior systems, and focus on the technical adaptation which will foster institutional responses. Reducing just carbon emissions is not enough so prepare for more intense fires and drier days and ensure that disaster and public health plans are accounted for.

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Climate finance is fair sharing of money in hand to each continent, no loans or debts are expected to be paid back or reimbursements expected. Mobilizing finance to vulnerable countries who have cannot contribute is going to spark prevention of carbon emissions in the first place before removal because prevention is better than cure. Key performance indicators seen in the planting of trees for much more greener scenes will increase wind speed to often take out the bad air, new horizons, new communities that have been spread out to reduce the air tight zones. Green tech is not a day’s job it will take time but it should stick in the right minds as time goes by. The sun will shine the rain will fall and the plants will grow, more trees will hold firm the soil to prevent erosion, landslides and earthquakes which move the natural habitats from their own place of dwelling.




I 'm one of seven living siblings, I live as an ordinary resident in Cameroon, a country in the CEMAC REGION- AFRICA. I like writing articles; see you online.

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I 'm one of seven living siblings, I live as an ordinary resident in Cameroon, a country in the CEMAC REGION- AFRICA. I like writing articles; see you online.

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