Can technology be fast enough to break these previous trends and make #RenewableEnergy fast enough to save the world?
Daniel Schrag shares with the MIT Technology review his thoughts about how the climate change is going to be affected by the speed of renewable energy projects. Forecasting a low development with the stain point that coal took over 150 years to replace wood, because infrastructure takes a long time. The renewable energy has a positive trend, but not as fast as our increase in green house emissions. The current rate that he estimates is that Renewables can take long time to help climate change. Although, he states that #Technology now plays an important role to increase the speed of these improvements.
Daniel Schrag is the is the Sturgis Hooper Professor of Geology and professor of environmental science and engineering at Harvard University. He is also director of the Harvard University Center for the Environment and co-director of the Program on Science, Technology, and Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School.
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