Climate Tipping Points:
Can they trigger Chaos on Earth?
EMISSION REDUCTION TARGETS
I become a transparent eyeball. I am nothing. I see all.
— Ralph Waldo Emerson
According to the global energy review 2020 of IEA, Global CO2 emissions are expected to decline by 8%, or almost 2.6 gigatonnes (Gt), to levels of 10 years ago. Carbon emissions fall down sharply due to coronavirus, but the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere still piles up to about 418 parts per million. The large amount of Carbon dioxide actually in the air hits a record high, which is a cumulative problem. The facts for extreme climate change are compelling. How much does the climate change impact us? It will be determined by how the emissions of CO2 from human beings continue and how the system of nature responds to those emissions.
EARTH’s CARBON CYCLE IS OFF BALANCE
Here is the research of global carbon cycle of NASA as below:
Over time, the ocean and land have continued to absorb about half of all carbon dioxide emissions, even as those emissions have risen dramatically in recent decades. It remains unclear if carbon absorption will continue at this rate.
How can a long-term vision shape short- and mid-term action?
The report of OECD/IEA CLIMATE CHANGE EXPERT GROUP PAPERS states: long-term strategies can support Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) by providing an economy-wide vision for long-term decarbonisation, capable of capturing the long-term infrastructural transformations needed to reduce emissions. In addition, based on the Paris Agreement, successive NDCs will represent a “progression beyond” a country’s current NDC and “reflect its highest possible ambition”. The technology of The Air Cleanup can drive the short-term action and achieve the long-term action.
Why it matters?
According to the Goal of “Emission Gap Report 2019” of UN environment programme: Estimates of where GHG emissions should be in 2030 in order to be consistent with a least-cost pathway towards limiting global warming to the specific temperature goals have been calculated from the scenarios that were compiled as part of the mitigation pathway assessment of the IPCC Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C report. Besides the CO2 emissions, the ongoing uncertainty in methane emissions from oil and gas operations still exists.
The control of a large force is the same principle as the control of a few men; it is merely a question of dividing their numbers. — Sun Tzu (The Art of War, Forces)
Our goal is to set up a large scale of 20,000 modular apparatus in the short term within Asia efficiently. Every apparatus captures 1 hundred thousand tonnes of carbon dioxide and produces 40 thousand tonnes of algae for the biosphere. The technology also combines with solar energy and wind energy to create more use value of carbon dioxide.
To Cheat or to Convert? How worried are you about extreme climate change?
Were the cheating cases in diesel emissions of some well-known car manufacturing companies expensive? Honesty is the best policy. We have to face the most world’s pressing challenge, in which the tipping point of climate change is coming. That is why UN member parties have to set the goal of climate, in Paris Agreement, limiting average warming to 1.5°C. The use of energy has a high cost in terms of climate change, air pollution and polar jet stream. Our goal is to convert and utilize large amount of carbon dioxide so as to mitigate the trade-driven movement of emissions across the Earth in response to human activities.
The Cosmos of Tao creates everyone and everything which in turn virtue in the Cosmos of the One；the sage of Tao acts for everyone and everything and cooperates with the cosmos of Tao in peace.
— Lao Tzu (the 81 chapter of Tao Te Ching)
Our modular apparatus achieves not only the goal of mitigation for converting carbon dioxide, but also the other goals of the Sustainable Development of the United Nations as below:
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL 13: CLIMATE ACTION
To take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts.
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL 14: LIFE BELOW WATER
To conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources.
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL 15: LIFE ON LAND
To protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss.
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL 2: ZERO HUNGER
To end hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture.
We have the will to be able to help numerous countries to implement their strategies in order to achieve a carbon or climate neutrality goal by 2050 or earlier.