Alternative solar solutions are replacing unsustainable harvesting and mining of non-renewable resources, which take thousands and sometimes millenniums of years to restore. My modeling nature's harmony, new innovations are not only cheaper, but win/win for people and planet.
Plants harvest sunlight using solar energy to feed themselves from the air and water around them through photosynthesis. Scientists have developed an artificial leaf, using bacteria to convert solar energy into liquid fuel. The sunlight splits water into hydrogen and oxygen, with a bacterium engineered to convert carbon dioxide plus hydrogen into the liquid fuel isopropanol.
The Canary 'Is' the Cold Mine
Countries like India and China, which are heavily invested in coal, are already converting to solar energy solutions.
Alternative solar energy solutions have the math on their side of preserving earth. Over the next two decades, $10.2 trillion will be spent globally on new electricity plants. Of that total, Bloomberg’s research group forecasts 72 percent will be invested in renewable energies.