Zero Carbon

24 January 2023

De-globalization or the reduction of global trade and interconnectedness should help to reduce carbon emissions in some ways. For example, if goods are produced and consumed locally, there may be fewer transportation-related emissions. However in the short term de-globalization may also lead to increased emissions in other areas, such as the construction of new infrastructure and the use of more energy-intensive production methods. I believe even if globalisation doesn't slow down as expected, carbon emissions will slow rapidly with the help of AI, robots and new technology.

23 January 2023

The future of energy is likely to be shaped by a number of factors, including advances in technology, changes in global economic and political conditions, and shifts in consumer preferences. One key trend that is likely to continue is the move towards renewable energy sources, such as solar, wind, and hydropower. This shift is being driven by a growing awareness of the environmental and economic benefits of these sources, as well as by advances in technology that have made them more cost-effective and efficient.

Going "zero plastic" refers to the goal of eliminating the use of plastic products and packaging in order to reduce plastic pollution and its negative impact on the environment.

AI can play a significant role in helping to achieve a zero-carbon world in several ways, including:

Going carbon-free is a monumental task that will require significant changes across many industries and societal systems. It is a complex and multifaceted problem that will require a combination of technological advancements, policy changes, and lifestyle adjustments.

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