Leading the fashion and low carbon life is the goal of new energy

life after solving climate change: not mud huts and gruel but clean air and warm homes

by:NULITE     2019-08-16
What will life look like after we solve climate change?
Better than Today or worse than today?
Mud House, porridge, flying car and Jetson?
Comfortable home, delicious food, whip
Experts in USA today say smart appliances and robots seem likely to jump around on farms.
In a word, our standard of living is the same, only more environmental protection, more efficient.
This view contrasts with widespread complaints from critics against global warming.
As one commenter said, the change would undermine the standard of living in the United States, forcing everyone to \"live in a yurt and eat tofu \". More: 99.
The possibility that humans cause global warming and other sciences is 9999%.
According to the fact of climate change on Earth Day, \"every proposed solution will improve life and reduce carbon emissions at the same time, \"Noah diffenbau who, professor of climate science at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, provided testimony and scientific expertise on climate change to the White House, California and US governorsS.
Congress office
These predictions assume a shift to carbon.
Neutral energy, industry and transportation systems occur in a timely manner to slow down and ultimately reverse the effects of global warming. The Earth has begun to experience: rising seas, increased flooding, more severe storms, increased heat waves and droughts.
Experts say this means that whatever happens next depends entirely on the speed at which we act.
Many of these technological and policy changes are already underway, but the pace needs to be accelerated.
Today, humans emit 37 tons of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere every year.
People must stay away from these carbon emissions in the next 20 years to avoid \"fast, far
The UN Inter-Governmental Panel on Climate Change said: \"unprecedented changes have taken place in all aspects of society . \"
On Earth Day, let\'s assume that we have successfully converted carbon into carbon.
Neutral world and you, your child, or your grandson wake up on an autumn morning from 2050 to 2100.
What is it like today?
When do you need these dishes?
The House doesn\'t look so different, although the House will almost certainly include solar energy if it is suitable for the area.
This is particularly important in the hot and sunny areas of the country to reduce the pressure on cooling power production during the day.
California already has a law that requires solar panels to be installed in all new homes built after 2020.
There are still heating, heating, electric lights, electronic equipment and large windows at home.
But systems and devices will be more efficient and intelligent.
This transformation has taken place.
There are about 20% refrigerators now.
Compared to 20 years ago, quarterthe electricity was sold.
Jay Apt said that the LED bulbs you bought at the grocery store used 20% of the energy of incandescent lamps a decade ago, director and professor of the Center for power industry at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh.
When the residents get up, the temperature of the House may be very comfortable.
There may still be a stove or an electric heat pump.
However, they will not be used so much because the insulation at home is better and windows can be kept hot and cold in and out.
The system used to heat the building may look different from what we know today.
An example is already being used in some USA. S.
Buildings include pre-
When electricity is cheap, heat or cool water and then use it during the day when electricity is more expensive.
\"Like a radiator.
On the ceiling of each floor, you caught a cold.
\"The water-air heat exchanger, the cold water is placed in a series of pipes, the air goes through it and becomes cold and it blows in to cool the room,\" Apt said . \".
After getting up, the next step may be to check the dishwasher and take out a cup of coffee.
Dishwashers and most appliances may be linked to your home\'s smart system, which knows the cost of electricity at different times of the day.
If local power companies get a lot of power from wind turbines, the cheapest power could be at night.
If it is solar, it may be the cheapest during the day.
\"Your dishwasher can communicate well with the grid and say \'OK Sir
Smith has decided that he only wants to run his dishwasher if the price of electricity is less than 12 dollars per kilowatt.
So your dishwasher may decide to run at 2: 00 in the morning, \"Apt said.
Or you can set up a covering device to tell the appliance that the dishes have to be done before 6 p no matter the pricem.
It\'s time to eat.
Another infrastructure change may be the more widespread use of geothermal heat pumps.
These take advantage of the fact that in summer or winter, the ground under our feet is often kept at about 50 degrees Fahrenheit.
This means that if you lay a pipe 6 to 8 feet metres below a house or apartment building, you can cool or heat the liquid in the pipe to about 50 degrees.
This liquid can then be delivered to the building through a pipe and used to raise the internal temperature to 50 degrees.
If it\'s a cold winter, there are 20 degrees outside and the House is already 50 degrees, you just need to heat another 15 degrees for comfort.
Apt says that if this is a 90 degree hot summer season, you can cool the temperature without the need for energy.
There are turbines, turbines, oil and gas.
The thermal power plant will be closed long ago.
On the contrary, the country is likely to consist of nuclear energy, wind energy, solar energy, hydropower and some natural gas.
The grid will be rebuilt to accommodate more periodic power inputs, which will also help protect the grid from physical and cyber attacks.
Driving around the United States, it will be common to see large solar cell arrays or wind turbines, just as it is to see that oil rigs are now a daily sight in most parts of the United States.
You can also emit carbon dioxide in the air and convert it into fuel and industrial raw materials.
Cars will be electric in the future.
This is because carbon can easily generate electricity.
Neutral energy sources such as wind energy, solar energy and nuclear energy.
This is a shift that is already underway.
According to the Norwegian road traffic information commission, 58% of cars are electric in Norway.
This is far from less than 1% of electric vehicles in the United States at present, but most experts believe the shift will be relatively rapid.
Chris Field, director of the Woods Institute of Environment at Stanford University, said it would not be painful.
\"The electric car I have now is the best car I have ever had.
It\'s Chevrolet Bolt.
It is very practical to drive, very well considered, and very interesting.
\"This is a very good car,\" he said . \".
The range of future stars will probably be much larger than today\'s 225 miles.
Many estimate that it will reach 400 miles by 2028.
Just as there are gas stations today, there may be fast charging outlets nationwide.
New homes in Atlanta have been built to accommodate electric vehicles.
Walking to the gym, more and more people will live in the city, with much less greenhouse gas per person in the city compared to the suburbs.
But the design of the city will be like human beings.
Has been included in the friendly density of global urban planning.
They will have most of the apartment buildings and walkable townhouses with built in bike paths.
Electric buses and vans will provide excellent public transport.
Business and office buildings will be interspersed in office parks and shopping malls, not miles outside the city.
Transfer from far away
In today\'s generation, the remote suburbs are already obvious.
\"Young people want to be able to walk to grocery stores, offices and gyms,\" Field said . \".
Others will choose space to expand or cheaper land and housing, and preferences become more sustainable due to the growing ability to work from home or commute by electric vehicle.
For entertainment and money making, telecommuting will be more integrated with the living area.
But wherever it is, in order to reduce waste, save water and save energy, the office will be built to a very high standard.
More than 33,000 buildings in the United States have been LEED certified, marking their high efficiency.
It\'s not that everyone is going to the office every day.
All or part of the time of telecommuting will become more common because of the tools to do so --
Fast internet and good video connection
It\'s cheaper, better and easier to use.
More people will also work in public work areas near where they live. Big U. S.
The company has already started doing so.
Amazon, Apple and Google have dozens of offices across the country where people can work, so they don\'t need to move to Silicon Valley or Seattle in California.
Many young people have become accustomed to working in shared offices such as WeWork and ImpactHub.
It takes only 5 hours from New York to Chicago. In the United States,
Fast electric trains can be criss-crossed across the country, making it easier to travel quickly.
There is a three-hour drive between San Francisco and Los Angeles, and a five-hour drive from Chicago to New York.
Where we still can fly, but it could be more expensive than some rock todaybottom prices.
The energy density of jet fuel must be high, so it is impossible for electric aircraft.
Instead, they will use fuels generated by carbon dioxide extracted from air or industrial waste gas, or aviation biofuels made from organic waste generated from waste or remaining biological materials in the field of agriculture.
Both methods are already being used.
On 2018, Virgin Atlantic flew from Orlando to London\'s Boeing 747 with some of the greenhouse gas emissions it captured.
Is that a robot in that field?
In terms of food and agriculture, the old things will become new again in many ways, experts say.
As growers and sellers better manage the logistics to minimize travel time and loss, the country\'s food supply may be fresher and healthier.
We will eat more seasonally than we do now, because we will pay more for energy, and farmers will work harder to consider the use of water and energy.
\"We have entered this mode and we hope to see blueberries and orange every week of the year.
\"As energy costs rise, water becomes more scarce in the future and not every food is readily available,\" said Robert Myers, a professor of agriculture at the University of Missouri at Columbia, experts in climate change and sustainable agriculture.
It\'s not that tomatoes in New Zealand and December can\'t be bought, but they will be more expensive.
Amanda Litle, author of the upcoming book \"fate of food: what we\'re going to eat in a bigger, hotter, smarter world,\" he said, humans may eat the same kind of food we eat today, but it will be produced differently and more efficiently.
Especially meat, she predicts that meat is either a plant --
Based on artificial meat or tissue grown in the same large bucket as meat at the cell level.
\"It\'s very inefficient to raise a whole animal just to eat its edible part,\" she said . \".
The meat of the animal is still available, which we call \"craft\" or \"specialty\" meat, but a larger part of the meat industry will come from any plantor cell-based meats.
Novel cell
Meat is closer than we thought.
She has VAT.
The duck just planted last week
\"It\'s chewy and greasy, but it tastes meat.
This is very convincing for a very early laboratory meat product.
The farm that drove past may look the same, but a closer look will see the difference.
Old practices, such as planting clover and other covered crops in winter, are more common in improving soil health, improving the ability to withstand floods or droughts, and reducing the amount of fertilizer needed.
With the help of computers, complex crop rotations will make agriculture more efficient and cheaper as they require less fertilizer and pesticides.
The land may also include wind turbines or solar panels, bringing additional revenue to growers.
It has happened today.
Many farms in the Midwest receive $3,000 to $5,000 a year for the installation of turbines on their land, Apt said.
There may also be drones buzzing on them in the fields, or there are small robots running along rows, stopping to test moisture, nutrients in the soil, and imagining that crops are subject to weeds or insects
This information will be automatically provided to farmers who can use this information as needed to water and take care of each small land unit precisely, rather than unnecessarily wasting expensive water and chemicals.
Ranchers and dairy farmers can use similar techniques almost every day to transfer their cattle and cattle from one enclosure to another, mimicking what the buffalo herd will do.
It is called intensive management grazing, which ultimately reduces costs and provides healthier land and better feed for animals.
The air and water in the world will become cleaner because we no longer use polluting energy sources.
As carbon emissions increase, the Earth\'s resources will become more equitable.
Neutral energy becomes cheaper and more efficient, making it available to people in parts of the world where energy is expensive and hard to get.
Diffenbaugh of Stanford University said that all this is feasible and there is no need to break through.
\"The knowledge needed to get on this path is available,\" he said . \".
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