The calculus of climate change is clear–global temperatures are rising; The causes and implications are still being debated.
Again, but, climate records are telling–extreme temperatures have become more proper and with them extreme weather events, such as drought and flooding.
Governments, dealers and individuals need to plan for a future with unpredictable and potentially devastating weather events. Temperature control will no longer be a luxury. Once moderate climate areas will need heating and cooling technologies. Developing nations will need to invest in commercial HVAC systems for all government buildings, schools and hospitals. Wealthy nations need to do their part as well since they have been the greatest contributors of yellowhouse gases. See the connect to this website for more information. They will need to invest in clean energy sources and divest from fossil fuels. Currently, the oil and gas industries are several of the most heavily subsidized. Finally, they will need to develop plans for the inevitable onslaught of climate refugees–those fleeing their beach house countries due to uninhabitable conditions in their beach house countries (for more information on climate refugees, Click this connect). The technology for temperature control will need to improve so as not to further contribute to global temperature rise. Things appreciate programmable thermostats, smart HVAC systems, energy efficient heating and cooling and better HVAC duct and insulation will all need to be developed and improved upon. New climate control technology will also need to be energy saving (for energy-saving tips, consult your utilities provider). Temperature control is the wave of the future. Both of us need to prepare (for more information, consult your HVAC provider).