Technology Bidding or Limiting Growth? Climate modeling shows that ‘growth’ is less dangerous in technology

The new modeling took place before the Covd-19 but the ways of deteriorating are based on a 4.2 percent decline in global production in the first six months of the epidemic. Growth focuses on structural social change to ensure security and economic growth.

“We can still satisfy people’s needs, keep working and reduce the gap with failure,” said Mr. Kaiser.

“However, a fair, democratic and orderly transition will reduce the gap between those who have and those who do not, and will ensure that the needs of the developed world are more equitably distributed to countries where their needs are still not met – something that is yet to be fully explored.

The “growth” community may include:

  • Short working week, which alongside increased productivity and stable economic results, reduced unemployment.
  • Comprehensive basic services free of charge for needs such as food, health care, transportation.
  • Limit maximum income and resources, increase global basic income and reduce inequality, as is the current global trend.

Among the 1.5 ° C downturns explored in the new study, decentralized energy (DLA) conditions – providing a better quality of life on a global scale – are close to historical energy trends and negligent ‘negative emissions’. According to Mr. Kaiser, the International Energy Agency’s estimates of renewable energy by 2050 are in line with past trends and are on par with DLL.

“1.5 ° C from non-fossil energy sources – which, as usual, can meet ‘good living standards’ in business-friendly conditions,” says Mr Kaiser.


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