The world has reached a tipping point that we likely won’t be able to back away from. The Amazon Rainforest is being cut down at levels where it will likely be barren by 2030, CO2 levels are rising, the Arctic is on fire, Greenland’s ice sheets are melting, and so much more. Water scarcity in some parts of the world are at an all-time high, with some countries suffering from massive droughts and, in turn, starvation.
Let’s face it. Fossil fuels are killing the planet. Not only has the world’s population grown exponentially, but so has the world’s use of these non-renewable energy sources. The exhaust from the burning of coal and petroleum has put hundreds of tons of pollutants into the air. The chemicals we are pumping into the atmosphere are heating up the planet, melting glaciers and the ice caps, creating stronger, more devastating storms, and making it harder for animal life to survive.