This article was originally published on The Wall St. Journal’s website.
The biggest problem facing the world today is a looming food crisis, but there’s another one that could be a lot worse.
The world’s population will grow to 7.3 billion by 2050, but we’re already seeing some of the worst environmental effects.
The world’s oceans are already under pressure from melting glaciers and rising sea levels, while the planet’s air is becoming more polluted.
And while we’ve seen some remarkable advances in clean technologies over the past few years, we’re still far from reaching a sustainable global energy future.
To be sure, the worst-case scenario is not a reality.
But there’s a way out.
The way to stop the next big crisis is to make sure our governments and economies invest in a system that can deliver food and energy in a sustainable way.
The most effective approach is to look beyond the big picture and to look at the ways we can actually change the current way things are.
In this article, we’ll look at how we can put our money where our mouth is.
What can we do to save food from becoming a crisis?1.
Use more renewable energy2.
Reduce CO2 emissions3.
Invest in renewable energy projects to help address climate change4.
Invest more in energy efficiency5.
Support clean-energy technologies and green industries to make them more resilient to climate changeThe biggest issue facing the global community today is food scarcity.
The U.N. predicts that by 2050 nearly half of the world’s people will be living in extreme or extreme poverty.
In a report released in April, the World Bank estimated that about 1.5 billion people worldwide live in extreme poverty, while a third of the global population is below the poverty line.
The average household income is about $11,000.
These numbers are still alarming, but the scale of the problem is more than double what it was in the 1970s.
According to the World Resources Institute, in 2050 there will be 1.4 billion people who are food insecure, with over 1.6 billion living in the world without enough food to eat.
A third of these people live in the developing world, which means that by 2060, some 1.9 billion people will live in these conditions.
In addition to these extreme conditions, the climate crisis is also creating a lot of environmental problems.
For example, greenhouse gases are being released into the atmosphere, and these gases are warming the planet.
In order to prevent this warming, it’s important that we invest in solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The following are some of these steps that could help us avoid some of those worst-ever problems.1.
Investing in clean energy projects1.
Building more renewable power plants and other renewables is key.
As more of the planet is powered by renewable energy, the world will be able to provide more energy to people.
For instance, by 2030, nearly half the world could be using 50 percent or more of its electricity from renewable sources.
If we can get this 50 percent, the amount of greenhouse gas that we emit will decrease.2.
Invest on clean technology1.
A solar farm could be one of the most important ways to help us transition to a sustainable future.
Solar energy is growing at a rapid rate, and we’re now producing enough energy to power some 350 million homes.
But the price of solar panels has gone up in recent years, and solar technology is still a relatively new field.
To make solar technology more affordable and sustainable, some companies are working on making it easier to manufacture solar panels on a small scale.
This could give us a new source of clean energy that can be easily stored and used.3.
Making energy more efficient is an even bigger issue.
The global population has been growing, and that means more energy is being used in the home.
But with more people living in cities, they need more energy.
That means more heat and power being consumed, and more greenhouse gas released into our atmosphere.4.
The environment is also a big concern.
To combat the impacts of climate change, we need to take action to reduce CO2 levels.
While it’s easy to point to CO2 as the main culprit, there are also a host of other pollutants, such as CO2-14 and particulate matter.
As a result, the environment is becoming even more important.5.
Investging in clean tech is important.
To meet our growing energy needs, we also need to create a clean energy infrastructure that’s safer, more resilient, and smarter.
For this reason, we should be investing in smart grids that will be more efficient and more reliable.
For more on the smart grid, read “The Big Picture on Smart Grid.”6.
Invest less in fossil fuelsThe fossil fuel industry has been in a downturn for a number of reasons.
First, energy demand has dropped, while supply has increased.
The decline in demand and increase