‘There is No Planet B’
Environmental Concerns about Climate Change
Scientists and visionary human beings have warned us about how to save our planet from climate change and global warming: we have at least ten years to make the adjustments and changes to avoid an environmental disaster for the rest of the century. The task is not easy, we should try to teach millions of humans to change the current lifestyle, but goal is how to convince politicians that this a urgent issue. With the United States outside the Paris Agreement trying to stop global warming will be a complicated and expensive task, classified as environmental concerns.
There is no planet B!, there is no plan B!.
The European Union has set the limit in 2050 to definitively remove fossil fuels responsible for most of the CO2 that is released into the atmosphere and actively participates in global warming. The change proposed in the 2016 Paris Agreement on climate change will fall on the table in December 2018 during the UN climate summit COP24 in Katowice, Poland. 33 of the 50 most-polluted towns in Europe are in Poland.
Eurocrats wants to lead the advance in stopping CO2 emissions, being the first to abandon dependence on coal, oil and natural gas. The objective is to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions to stop global warming. But behind all this great environmental problem there are powerful pressure groups, companies, workers and trillions of euros to make the changes that avoid reaching the point of no return.