In this way, the goals of the Paris Conference will be achieved by reducing global temperatures to1.5 degrees Celsius
According to Bloomberg, 4 million people died due to environmental pollution in 2015, whom mostly in Asia and Africa. This leads to the world lost (4.6 billion USD). Generally, the effort aims to save electricity through renewable energy, renew transportation through using electric vehicles, use hydrogen as jet fuel and save on heating and industrial materials. According to a study by 2050, the world will rely on renewable energy by 68 and 95%, in this way; solar energy (57 and 55%), wind (37, 44%), water and Geothermal (4, 67%), but currently old and nuclear energy (95%) is the use of old energy against (5%) renewable energy.
The countries (100%) approached the use of renewable energy are: Tajikistan (76%), Uruguay (58.9%), Norway (35, 7%) Montenegro (18, 7%) and Iceland (17, 3%), respectively Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, France, Austria, Spain, Colombia, New Zealand and Uruguay are among the 10 countries that rely on renewable energy. Some people criticize the study because twenty-seven million people in the world will lose their jobs! In response, renewable energy will provide 52 million jobs in all fields. The question is will Iraq be part of the 139 countries? Or will it remain on the front line of poor developing countries? Will it use the available energy as renewable energy? Solar energy, for example, or we live only for today without looking to the future of new generations.
Technology has proven to be an important factor in determining the events of future history. 100 per cent may not be achieved in 2050; it may be years or decades later, and vice versa. Because science always have hidden unexpected developments. We have warned about scientific advances many times and achievements have achieved. For example, coal oil and its effects played a role in falling oil prices.