Earth Day

Just last week people around the word celebrated Earth Day!

The term Global Warming has become a fashionable term in our daily life. Industries and Government have picked up on this trend to cash in on it. And there lays already the first problem. Global Warming is not taken seriously. It is still just a great phrase that is being used to make money.

For example, Biodiesel looked like an easy way to appear green or environmental friendly and at the same time make a lot of money. However, as we have noticed just a few days ago, the production of Biodiesel has lead to a food-crisis and social unrest.

As long as governments and industry are not willing to invest with a 100% commitment in fighting Global Warming, not much will change.

Norway has been the only country that has started to take on the problem head-on by changing their Fuel-Network to Hydrogen. Yes, it is a costly project but it will pay off in the long run.

So why don’t we demand from our leaders to start acting?

The Earth's Changing Climate Surface temperatures on Earth are warming at a pace that signals a decisive shift in the global climate.

A new wave of technologies is on the brink of producing energy that's clean, renewable, and most importantly, affordable.

Let’s stop talking and start acting with a Global Effort.

What will you do with all the money if the Earth in going to collapse?

National Geographic is a great source of information about this subject.

Education is very important to understand the urgency of this situation!

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