The war on global climate change knows no bounds


By Karl Lyimo

The Word was alerted to the dangers of what might modestly be called “global climate change” in 1988 when Professor James Hansen of Columbia University testified about it before the US Congress. []
In short, “global climate change refers specifically to” the change apparent in the mid to late 20th century and attributed largely to increased levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide produced by the use of fossil fuels.
As a result, all living beings on planet Earth this side of the sky – led by humans, as the Three Sisters of Fate would no doubt want – must wage war against the seemingly relentless and endless calamity.
But – if only for parity of reasoning – for war to be both functional and effective/successful, it must also be comprehensive in every sense of phraseology.
This is NOT an ideological divide between West and East;
Nor is it a war between capitalism and communism/socialism.
This is NOT a war between the haves and the havens; between the developed world and the underdeveloped/developing world…
It is a world war that is sure to have devastating effects on every country, every human being, every living organism if it is not overcome soon enough.
And this, whatever the contribution of a given country, of a human being, of any living organism to the main causes of global climate change.
We are told that, for example, the African continent of 1.38 billion people and $2.6 trillion in nominal GDP in 2019 contributes only 4% of direct greenhouse gas emissions.
This is compared to 30 contributed by the United States alone.
With a nominal GDP of $20 trillion, the United States – dubbed “home of the brave and land of the free” – is also home to 329 million otherwise innocent people – all of whom are at risk of being wiped out by climate change. global. we will all perish in Africa, if we do not win the war against global climate change!
As I’ve said before – and I’ll say it again below: the war on global climate change is for all of us.
Take, for example, Italian company OffGridSun’s clearly innovative and entrepreneurial way of tackling global climate change.
Working closely with the Dar es Salaam-based Tanzania Renewable Association (TAREA) and the mysterious Mutina Group, the three initiated and are implementing a project titled “Clean Kitchen to Combat Climate Change in Tanzania”, beginning in the Morogoro region.
The project promotes, reinforces and otherwise encourages the use of specially improved cooking stoves which almost automatically reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.
To date, the “OffGridSun” project is already successfully implemented in more than 2,500 households in six villages in Kilombero and Malinyi districts in Morogoro region.
The general idea is to expand and extend the use of these special cooking stoves across the country.
Not only is the special stoves project already improving the livelihoods of the local communities where it is implemented; it is also effectively contributing – in its “rudimentary” way, you might say – to the war against global climate change.
If you are really interested in saving the world/Africa/Tanzania/your people etc. the ravages of global climate change, contact Off GridSun [255755086462/ 393516142230] for more details on the programs scheduled for February 15 and 17 this year


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