COP 21 at Paris was a final wake-up call for Kerala & whole Nation.
The Chennai floods of 2015 were mentioned to be the teaser of temperature rise but really the teaser was Tsunami of 2004 and very few people would remember this. Post that Kerala also felt the tremor of Ockhi Cyclone. The daily media says different figures, in actuals around 3 million trees has been uprooted in Kerala and Tamil Nadu during this cyclone.
It personally made me remember the same December in 2004, post Christmas celebrations very early on December 26, 2004 a dreadful earthquake and an enormous high tide of tsunami ruined and destroyed the city and the coastal towns of Tamil Nadu where many were killed, lost their loved ones, stranded by the gigantic waves called Tsunami
Later then when Scientists and climate change experts advised temperature has the impact, alas the reply was a bit comment and laughter from every corner of this Nation.
The idea that a changing climate can persuade the ground to shake, volcanoes to rumble and tsunamis to crash on to unsuspecting coastlines seems, at first, to be bordering on the insane.
If we think about climate change at all, most of us do so in a very simplistic way: so, the weather might get a bit warmer; floods and droughts may become more of a problem and sea levels will slowly creep upwards.
The bottom line is that through our climate-changing activities we are loading the dice in favour of escalating geological havoc at a time when we can most do without it. Unless there is a dramatic and completely unexpected turnaround in the way in which the human race manages itself and the planet, then long-term prospects for our civilisation look increasingly grim. At a time when people are lining up at the global soup kitchen each and every night; when energy, water and food resources are coming under ever-growing pressure, and when the debilitating effects of anthropogenic climate change are insinuating themselves increasingly into every nook and cranny of our world and our lives, the last thing we need is for the dozing subterranean giant to awaken.
A new council that aims to unify the solar power sector at an international level became the latest green industry body to launch at the COP21 Paris climate summit yesterday, as green businesses from around the world came together in support of a raft of new industry coalitions.
Even though it was late for a Nation like India to come up with revised mission for Solar, Wind, Biomass, Hydro, Energy Efficiency, and National Electric Mobility Mission.
This blog is preferably for the younger generation to practice and to preach the sustainable way of living.