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Як відвернути кліматичну катастрофу. Де ми зараз і що нам робити далі (тверда обкладинка)

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Author Bill Gates
Translator Yuliia Kostiuk
Видавництво Лабораторія
Publication date 2021
Print length 240
Ілюстрації Black & white
ISBN 978-617-7965-53-3
Мова видання Ukrainian
Cover Hardcover
Dimensions 170х240 mm

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Bill Gates shares what he's learned in more than a decade of studying climate change and investing in innovations to address the problems, and sets out a vision for how the world can build the tools it needs to get to zero greenhouse gas emissions.

Bill Gates explains why he cares so deeply about climate change and what makes him optimistic that the world can prevent the worst impacts of the climate crisis. Gates says, "we can work on a local, national, and global level to build the technologies, businesses, and industries to avoid the worst impacts of climate change." His interest in climate change is a natural outgrowth of the efforts of his foundation to reduce poverty and disease. Climate change, according to Gates, will have the most significant impact on the people who have done the least to cause it. As a technologist, he has seen first-hand how innovation can change the world. By investing in research, inventing new technologies, and deploying them quickly on a large scale, Gates believes climate change can be addressed in meaningful ways. According to Gates, "to prevent the worst effects of climate change, we must get to net-zero emissions of greenhouse gases. This problem is urgent, and the debate is complex, but I believe we can come together to invent new carbon-zero technologies, deploy the ones we have, and ultimately avoid a climate catastrophe."

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