battery energy storage system Anthropogenic Climate Change and its Effects on Global Warming

by:MERITSUN     2019-06-30
No one will disagree that "climate change" is as old as the Earth itself;They have a strong interest in exposing climate change.g.Those who deny our impact on climate and its catastrophic impact on the environment;Often deceived by the fossil fuel industry and politicians funded by these industries.When the Earth was young (4.5 billion years ago) it was a planet hostile to life.
Due to the combination of various factors, the Earth's atmosphere, climate and global temperature have changed many times in thousands of years;Sometimes good for life on Earth, sometimes not.Climate change is a major factor in the extinction of many species, including four possible mass extinction.Ironically, it is not just natural events, such as variations of the Earth's axis, orbits around the Sun, volcanic activity, and asteroids that affect the Earth's climate.
Life on Earth has also had a profound impact, but the biggest problem at the moment is man-made climate change.g.Climate change caused by air pollution and pollutants produced by human activities.I would not recommend going into all the details as it is a complex (well researched) topic.
Animals (including humans) breathe in oxygen and breathe carbon dioxide.Farm animals (especially cattle) and rotten organic matter also release large amounts of methane into the atmosphere.With 1.There are 5 billion cattle and bulls around the world, with agriculture accounting for 18% of total greenhouse gas emissions, mainly methane.
To exacerbate this situation, the rainforest is being cut down at an alarming rate, which absorbs about 40% of human carbon dioxide;Often ask for land for cattle.The remaining 82% of greenhouse gases are mainly carbon dioxide, most of which are caused by burning fossil fuels;Although humans also emit a small proportion of carbon dioxide during breathing.The world's population is about 7 billion, and the human respiratory capacity is about 2.
Every year 5 billion tons of carbon dioxide to this century the end of population will reach 10 billion about of peak human to atmosphere in inhalation of years carbon dioxide level of increase not may be more than 3.6 billion tons.This may sound like a lot, but it is entirely within the natural cycle of the ocean, the rainforest, and other plants on Earth reabsorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.The big problem with greenhouse gas balance in the atmosphere is the large amount of methane from farm animals (especially cattle) and 34 people.
The burning of fossil fuels releases 6 billion tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere each year.These quantities far exceed the balance of the Earth, and there is a natural balance between the greenhouse gases released into the atmosphere and their natural re-absorption back to Earth as part of the ecosystem.So these excess greenhouse gases have a huge impact on global warming.
Methane as a greenhouse gas is about 30 times as powerful as carbon dioxide, so its impact on global warming in the short term is devastating.However, carbon dioxide is a greater threat because (unlike methane) excess carbon dioxide remains in the atmosphere for hundreds of years;Therefore, its long-term cumulative impact on the global climate is very significant.Zoom in the above video to full size to read the data (press the play button and press the full screen icon in the lower right corner of the screen ).
The main greenhouse gases are :-About 65% of the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere was dissolved back to Earth by the ocean in the first 20 years.In the next 15% years, the ocean has absorbed 200.The remaining 20% of carbon dioxide is absorbed by slow processes over the next few hundred years.
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rain forests.
So buildAccumulation of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere;Make it an effective greenhouse gas for a long time.Although methane is 30 times more powerful than carbon dioxide as a greenhouse gas, it has a short life span and dissipated from the atmosphere in just 12 years.Nitrous two nitrogen in from atmospheric in removal before Continuous the about 114.
There are many forms of fluorine-generation gases, depending on their exact compound, and the time they stay in the atmosphere varies greatly;Anything from one year to thousands of years.Unfortunately, the network is flooded with error messages.So, if you search for this topic on Google, you can easily be misled to believe :-Climate change is not as serious as scientists claim.
The current climate change crisis is Man-Made.Climate change is a hoax.There is a lack of understanding of the urgency of the crisis.I feel it may be too late when the United States realizes that urgent action is needed.
I also found that many of the Americans I spoke to were attracted by the false information provided free of charge on the Internet and firmly believed that the scientific claims were fabricated.Examples of the propaganda and false news that Americans gave me to prove that global warming is a scam include :-False websites provide photographic evidence of chemical traces that were deliberately made by thousands of aircraft, not by burning coal, which is the cause of climate change.With regard to the fake NASA website, you only need to visit the real NASA website to see the real evidence;This does show the fading ice in the Arctic Circle.
As for chemtrail's claim, if you go back to their source carefully according to the so-called source information (quoted on the fake website), all of this information is false and forged.The fact is that the so-called chemical trace is actually a trajectory.The trajectory naturally occurs in the atmosphere, nothing more than water vapor condensed due to the pressure and temperature difference with the aircraft engine.
Its effect is no different than when you breathe in a cold morning.So next time you see what it says to expose climate change, double check its source.A help that might help you determine what might be true information and what might be false information is to learn how to check false news, as explained in this video below.
What are the countries with the worst climate change?Most Americans would quote China, and yes, statistically, they are more helpful than any other country in the world in releasing carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.However, the three key points that many Americans do not seem to realize are :-Unlike Europe, the United States and other industrialized countries, China is an emerging industrialized economy and is still catching up.Advanced stage of development.So before they fully develop their renewable energy infrastructure, they still rely heavily on fossil fuels as the economy grows.
Unlike the United States, China is fully committed to fulfilling its commitment to reducing carbon dioxide emissions in accordance with the Paris climate change agreement.Given the size of the population, the carbon footprint (per capita) in China and the European Union is much lower than in the United States (see below ).2014, for example :-China's carbon emissions are about 28.
8% of the world's total emissions: China's population = 1.379 billion (2016 ).The total amount of carbon emissions in the United States is 14.3% of world emissions: US population = 323.
1 million (2016 ).
The EU's total carbon emissions are 9.
6% of world emissions: EU population = 743.1 million (2016 ).As you can see above, China has the largest carbon footprint in the world just because they have the largest population in the world.However, although China's population is four times that of the United States, their carbon footprint is actually twice that of the United States.
Likewise;Although the EU has twice the population of the United States, its carbon footprint is 1 out of 3 smaller than that of the United States.So it seems to me that the United States is by far the most serious criminal because their per capita carbon footprint is not only the highest in the world, but also because of the other countries in the world (except the other two) the difference is that the United States is not committed to reducing carbon dioxide emissions and is still committed to burning coal and oil without considering the climate.Research and development of renewable energy technologies is making great progress and costs are declining.
In 2016, the tipping point was reached to make renewable energy more cost-effective than fossil fuels.In addition, the renewable energy revolution is creating millions of jobs around the world.So when renewable energy is now cheaper and cleaner, some countries, such as the United States, no longer have any good economic reasons to insist on continuous investment in fossil fuels;Economically viable.
In addition to the obvious renewable sources of energy such as wind, solar, tides, waves, geothermal and hydropower, we can all do a lot to limit the adverse effects of climate change and global warming.g.Make our family more energy efficient, eat less meat and make better use of public transportation.Let me just talk about a few areas that have a great impact on climate, namely, veganism and electric vehicles.
Methane discharged from the back of cattle is a major factor in the short-term increase in greenhouse gases, which can be reduced if more people become vegetarians.This is not a major long-term factor, but helps at every point, and other benefits of vegetarian food include :-A balanced vegetarian diet is healthier.More crops per acre for human consumption than for livestock;It is a positive thing for those who are concerned about population growth and climate change causing chronic food shortages.
Reduce unnecessary slaughter of millions of animals every day, just to feed people when there is a vegetarian alternative.These questions are a lot more complicated than I described here, but this is a factor worth considering.Although I am also a vegetarian myself, I do not advocate that everyone becomes a vegetarian, which must be a personal choice;But reducing meat consumption in your diet can be a step in the right direction and good for the environment.
Globally, in the United States, 14% of greenhouse gases are transported into the atmosphere, accounting for 27%.Therefore, while renewable energy for families and businesses is important, it is also important to replace gasoline (gasoline) and diesel vehicles with electric vehicles.In this regard, many European countries and China are committed to building the infrastructure of electric vehicles.
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Charging points and banning fossil fuel vehicles in the next 20 to 30 years;Britain banned the sale of fossil-fuel cars from 2040.This is not only the government's leadership in phasing out fossil fuel vehicles, but in the UK (like many European countries and China), the popularity of electric vehicles has grown rapidly in recent years.Of the 195 countries in the world, 192 are committed to rapidly promoting renewable energy sources to replace their dependence on fossil fuels.
Scotland, Denmark, Germany and other European countries are increasingly relying solely on renewable energy to meet their electricity needs.In good days, when the sun shines and the wind blows, these countries generate excess electricity, which is exported to other European countries as required mainly through the EU energy union grid (supergrid.As a major producer of renewable energy, Scotland often exports surplus electricity to England.
Although with the latest advances in battery storage technology, more and more remaining green energy will also be stored in order to be used when neededg.Tesla recently installed the world's largest battery storage system in Australia to make their state grid stronger.Outside of China, Germany has more solar panels than any other country in the world, and the UK has more wind turbines than anywhere else in the world.
In just three years from 2014 to 2017, the output of coal-fired power generation in Britain has dropped from more than 30% to 2.1%;The last coal-fired power plant is scheduled to be closed in 2025.In fact, Friday, April 21, 2017 is the first day since the Industrial Revolution that Britain does not burn coal 24 hours a day.
Although the UK has made great progress in renewable energy technologies such as solar, hydro, wave and tidal power and biomass, the UK's biggest contribution to renewable energy so far is wind power.This article is written based on my personal perception, understanding, knowledge, research, experience and strong interest in the subject.I was very interested in the renewable energy revolution of 2015, when I realized that the UK not only achieved its goal of replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, but it has actually begun to exceed its target.
This is a surprise given that the right-wing Conservative government is naturally green.Since then, I have done a lot of research on this issue and keep a close eye on the progress.However, when it comes to communicating my understanding of climate change, global warming, greenhouse gases and renewable technologies to others, it is such a huge and complex theme, so that no website can save all the relevant information.
In order to get a complete and accurate picture, you have to do a lot of research;This article is only superficial.To support this article, I can try to get everything, however, the promotion of global renewable energy technologies is so fast that once the data on greenhouse gas levels in the atmosphere is published, the amount of clean energy produced in each country is out of date.For example, in the UK, the Dudgeon offshore wind farm was fully operational in October 2017, and the Rampion offshore wind farm will be fully operational in the summer of 2018;Increase the generation of renewable energy in the UK by another 3%.
In addition, there are many other projects in the pipeline, including waves and tidal power generation, and the Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm (the European offshore wind turbine test bed in Scotland) to test the next generation of wind turbines, when it was put into use in 2018, it would increase renewable energy production in the UK by 3%.Trying to provide accurate and upward questionsto-The date source information for an article like this includes :-Find reliable and accurate information.There are too many websites that provide false and misleading information.
I found Wikipedia to be a good starting point, but it is not always completely accurateto-Date and completion.So I often followLearn about my research by visiting official websites such as NASA, other government websites and official organizations.Finding up-to-Date information.The renewable energy revolution is taking place at such a fast pace, especially in some countries, where progress may change dramatically in the same year, not to mention within a few years.
For example, if you read an article or watch a video about UK renewable energy levels released on 2012, it will quote 2% of the UK's electricity supply from renewable energy sources.In early 2015, however, this ratio was 17% per cent, and by the end of 2017, 53% per cent of the UK's electricity came from clean, low-carbon energy;29% of them are renewable energy sources;Renewable energy has grown by 12% in just two years.Terminology.When comparing data from different sources, clean energy is synonymous with renewable energy.
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Clean energy can include nuclear power classified as low-carbon energy;But many countries, including Germany, are shutting down nuclear power plants.Comparisons.Different websites present data in different formats.For example, some websites may refer to the number of wind farms that provide electricity as measuring rods;While other sites may cite information on how many megawatts (megawatts) will be generated.
In addition, some network sources will cite data in metric tons while others will provide information in imperial tons;So sometimes, when cross-referencing from different sources, you may need to convert imperial tons to metric tons and vice versa.Change Energy.Wind and solar power are very dependent on multi-wind and multi-sunlight, so it is difficult to quote accurate numbers.Therefore, it is not uncommon to find that different websites refer to different numbers at the same time.
For example, in 2017, the State Grid of the United Kingdom could continue to rely on renewable energy to provide at least 29% of its electricity, but generated sufficient renewable energy in April 21, 2017 (during the heat wave, so no coal was burned for the entire 24 hours.Similarly, in 2016, several countries, including Scotland, Germany and Denmark, produced enough green energy, with 100% relying on renewable energy in the short term.Perspective.People tend to list China as the most serious offender of carbon dioxide emissions without considering the size of the population.
So it's important to look at the data when comparing countries and their failures or achievementsTo get a more accurate perspective (per person ).However, not all websites offer professionalIn this case, you have to make your own calculations based on the size of the population.So, due to the issues listed above, rather than providing links to a large number of reliable sources, which, because of the complexity of the subject matter, may be in conflict and confusion, and may soon be out of date, I have only chosen the following more reliable network sources as a starting point for those who wish to do further research on their own and present their own opinions.
The link above is an interactive database containing valuable details of greenhouse gas emissions per capita in countries around the world from 1960 to 2014.The links provided below compare the US, UK, and China, but you can customize the form to show any comparison you want to make.Data is particularly useful because it shows data per capita (per capita ).
Unfortunately, the database does not include data from the past three years, so it does not show any impact on Trump's recent exit from the Paris agreement to support the fossil fuel industry.This also does not show the latest impact of China's renewable energy projects on the atmosphere.However, the table shows :-S. per capita carbon dioxide emissions of 16,494 metric tons (greenhouse gases) are more than double that of China and the UK.
Unlike the UK, per capita carbon dioxide emissions in the UK fell from 11,151 tons in 1960 to 6,497 tons in 2014, and Americans now actually have more carbon dioxide emissions than in 1960.In addition, since 2012, the UK's per capita carbon dioxide emissions have fallen sharply, China has remained flat, and the US's per capita carbon dioxide emissions are actually increasing.The above reference source link from Wikipedia has some useful data that, while incomplete and not up to date, does have some useful information.
The most serious criminals in the worldBy contrast, although China is the worst offender as a country, China's emissions are quite low given the size of its population (per capita.The world is experiencing rapid climate change, as has been experienced throughout Europe in the 1980 century, especially in the UK, where we have experienced the hottest five in nearly a decade with a recordAlthough most countries in the world are trying to reduce carbon emissions in the atmosphere, I think the United States has disappointed us.As a major participant, if the United States does not meet its goals as soon as possible and is fully committed to the cause of reducing carbon emissions, it may be too late when Americans realize that urgent action must be taken.
On the other hand, I am impressed by the progress and commitment made by most countries in the world in building a cleaner earth;Including China, Europe's huge investment in renewable energy, and the efforts being made by some states in the United States
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