Source: One Planet
Author: Janaina Dallan
Image: Getty Images
"Those who follow the news in Brazil and around the world have no doubt that the topic of the moment is climate change. But you don't even have to read the newspapers, you just have to pay attention to the flurry of recent events. The 58ºC temperature sensation in Rio de Janeiro, the most severe winter storm in recent times in the US, the worst drought in 500 years in Europe. Global warming is not a conversation about the future, it's about today - and what we can do now to mitigate the damage already established, even if these mechanisms are not perfect.
Last year was the fifth warmest in the planet's history since records have been kept, according to the European climate change service Copernicus. At every climate conference in 2022, we see world leaders trying to reach some agreement that can actively contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Investors around the world have already established their rules and demand effective actions from companies in various sectors in the search for the much talked about "net zero".
The planet is heading towards an energy transition and a change in behavior, that is a fact. But it is also a fact that most of these actions do not generate immediate results, they are initiatives that take time to mature and to really positively impact the planet towards a low carbon economy."
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