This New York Times editorial urges soon-to-be-President Obama not to rely solely on technological breakthroughs to address the necessary restructuring of America’s energy systems. In addition, the Times argues, the Obama administration should strive to make existing technologies more efficient. The U.S. does not use energy efficiently, spewing more carbon dioxide into the air than 75 of 107 countries tracked by the International Energy Agency. Whether in households, businesses, transportation, or in electricity production, the U.S. ranks among the highest in emissions and lowest in energy efficiency. Most of the carbon abatement needed by 2030 could come from existing technologies, such as home insulation and fuel efficiency.
How my Academic Major Relates to Climate Change & How I can Impact Climate Change in My Career by City Tech Blogger Sadman Hafiz
Climate is constantly changing, and human understanding and awareness of climate change are crucial in avoiding a major crisis soon. My major is communication design (graphic design). Communicating with the audience through my graphic works such as advertisements, poster designs, and logo designs is a part of my