September 20th to 27th is going to create a history all over the world by raising the voice against the Global Climate change.
150 countries, people are standing beside the young climate strikers and demand an end to the age of fossil fuels. Young people, millions of adults are joining in this huge movement for the betterment of our global climate. School, College, University students are also involved in this climate betterment strike. The urgency of the climate crisis requires a new approach for the betterment and justice.
Many charitable, Government, Non Government, reputed organisation and influencer partners are also supporting this youth-led Global Climate Strike.
Morocco is currently Africa’s leader in terms of efforts to combat climate change, reaffirming the country’s commitment to the Paris Agreement on climate action. Morocco has installed one of the largest solar farms in the world near Ouarzazate. A city known as the gateway to the Sahara Desert, which has been providing electricity to approximately 650,000 people since its launch in 2016. It is further anticipated that Morocco will be able to export power supplies to Europe, as well as elsewhere on the African continent and the wider Arab-speaking regions. According to the Climate Change Performance Index, the country is well on its way to achieving its nationally determined contributions (NDCs) in 2020.
The Climate Change Performance Index is published annually by German watch, the New Climate Institute and the Climate Action Network and reviewed by around 400 energy and climate experts from around the world.
Components of Climate Change Performance Index | Source German Watch 2014
The indirect consequences of climate change, which directly affect us and our environment includes:
• An increase in hunger and water crises, especially in developing countries.
• Health risks through rising air temperatures and heat waves.
• Ocean acidification due to increased HCO3 concentrations in the water as a consequence of increased CO₂ concentrations.
• The need for adaptation in all areas (e.g. agriculture, forestry, energy, infrastructure, tourism, etc.)
• Variations in life conditions in natural environments cause death, disease and massive migrations of species.
• Hurricanes, cyclones, typhoons, drought, floods, rain and snow, all increase in their degree of violence due to global warming, causing more deaths, victims, refugees and material damage
• Afforestation- helps in increasing the oxygen level thus reducing air pollution. Also helps in minimising global warming.”Plans Trees To Save Earth ” .
Energy Production and consumptions generates greenhouse gases. Thus the energy sectors have to be cautious and implement long term strategies to save environment.
• Educate people- Helping people to accruing knowledge about climates and more about to understand the cause and consequences about the climate changes and protect them accordingly.
• Encourage Energy conservations- We can save energy by using appliances in a proper manner.
• Recycle – Recycling is a key component of modern waste reduction and is the third component of the “Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle” waste hierarchy. Thus, recycling aims at environmental sustainability by substituting raw material inputs into and redirecting waste outputs out of the economic system.
• Use of Renewable resources- is the ultimate key to fight Climatic changes. Use of win and solar energy for electricity helps us not to use coals which help us to prevent and lots more. Renewable resources can be used without any limitations and also doesn’t affect the environments.