Energy, Economy & Climate Change
Most of Natural resources are limited and over consumption or over exploitation can cause adverse and sometimes unpredictable consequences. The excessive use of fossil fuels for transport and energy have affected the natural balance of the planet’s atmosphere leading to climate change. Climate change is becoming more evident throughout increasingly (ever more often) extreme and prevalent weather conditions. Flash floods and droughts not only increase insurance costs but also threaten livelihoods and agribusiness’s feasibility, therefore directly affecting the economy.
However, as energy consumers, we can all became collaborators on a transition towards a more sustainable existence. There is no answer set in stone, but if you are interested in playing your small but no less important part in minimizing climate change or increasing UK Energy resilience, we can introduce you to a range of possibilities and other organizations that might inspire you to take action.