These Climate Change Initiatives May Not Be Enough

These Climate Change Initiatives May Not Be Enough

Show Notes

2019 was the second warmest year on record and the end of the warmest decade (2010-2019) ever recorded. Carbon dioxide (CO2) levels and other greenhouse gases in the atmosphere rose to new records in 2019, but global carbon dioxide emissions fell an unprecedented 7 per cent in 2020 due to coronavirus restrictions.

Over the last decade, Wall Street poured hundreds of billions of dollars into U.S. oil, fueling a fracking boom that transformed America into the world’s leading crude producer. But, Oil-and-gas companies have been lousy investments in recent years.  Burned by those losses, many large investors are flocking to businesses that aim to wean the world off fossil fuels.

One of the leaders in the fight for Climate Change is founder of Sinai Technologies, Maria Fujihara. Listen to our full discussion with Maria (Building Corporate Carbon Solutions) on how technology is solving pollution in a financially conscious and sustainable approach.

There are steps being taken towards climate change but many still argue that it may not be enough. As we are going to see all these governments, multi-lateral organizations, and businesses walk the walk.

Let’s hold them accountable.

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