One of the major objectives of the Paris Agreement is to “decarbonize” the global economy by 2050 and many participating nations are slowly but effectively finding ways to reach their goals that can ultimately reduce the devastating effects of global warming.
One of the steps that countries and industries agreed to take is to lessen the emissions of regions with high-carbon economies while ensuring cost-effectiveness without compromising the quality of life.
While some industries are still yet to find these practical and environment-focused solutions, there are others that were successful in introducing ground-breaking innovations that will benefit the entire planet in the near future.
For instance, the role of food and agriculture is a big part in the global climate conversation, and many experts believe that this sector can rely on a regenerative agriculture to reduce the industry’s dependence on fossil fuels.
It’s a fact that industrial farming is a major contributor to global warming and shifting to a more organic and renewable agricultural process should not just be an option but an obligation.
Clean coal, on the other hand, has been a commercially viable candidate for the energy industry that is expected to stop carbon emissions produced by coal-fired electricity plants and power stations especially in highly-industrialized countries.
While the technology of clean coal may sound promising, this clean option is still facing some practical hurdles to be successfully put into practice.
Meanwhile, the logistics and transportation industry has caught the world’s attention in its approach in zero-emission vehicles. For instance, Tesla’s recent launch of their semi-truck is painting a new future for the trucking sector, promising a brighter tomorrow for zero-emission trucks across the globe.