The decarbonization of the global economy was one of the central themes during the World Economic Forum in Davos and is one of the key steps in reversing our trend towards disaster.
The decarbonization of the economy is one of the indispensable measures to achieve a future below the 2 degree Celsius temperature increase that is necessary for the climate crisis to be contained.
That is why it was a central topic at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum held in Davos from 21 to 24 January.
The panel “Creating a carbon-neutral future” addressed this issue, taking into account that only 33% of primary energy (i.e., that derived directly from natural resources such as light, wind, carbon, gas or oil) is efficiently converted into energy we use for the activities that support our way of life. Where does the remaining 66% go? How can we make the most of it?
If we manage to keep energy loss to a minimum, we will be much closer to achieving a future where our carbon emissions are neutral and therefore our future will be much more sustainable.
Source Al Dia