A Call to Fathers and Candidates: Saving the World is in Our Hands

It's up to us to save the world from fathers and candidates
It's up to us to save the world from fathers and candidates

New temperature records are breaking every year. We experienced the hottest March of the last century in 2020. In our country alone, the 10-year carbon emission increase was 34,4 percent.

According to the International Energy Agency's data covering the whole world, the 10-year global increase in carbon emissions exceeds 25 percent. Coal used in energy production, the fact that we do not pay enough attention to sustainable energy sources, and our choice of fuels such as diesel, which cause air pollution in transportation, poison our world. The world's largest alternative fuel systems manufacturer brc'n's Turkey CEO Kadir Knitter, "to reduce emissions and improve the world in our hands, who thinks the best for their children fathers have to think about the carbon footprint they leave on the earth for future generations. If we do not change our consumption habits, we will not be able to prevent Global Warming and its negative effects. We should be conscious to leave a better world for our children, we should change our consumption habits and transfer this awareness to our children. ”

Our world is struggling with human-created environmental problems. Global Warming, which is the biggest of these problems, warms our world a little more each year, changing the ecological balance and dragging us into obscurity. According to the data of the CO2 Earth organization, where carbon emissions are regularly monitored, the past March went down in history as the hottest March of the last 100 years. Temperature records continue to be broken regularly every year.

The United Nations International Global Climate Change Panel (IPCC) Assessment Report states that if humanity does not take action to lower its carbon footprint, the temperature of the ground may increase by 2100 degrees Celsius until 2,5, and that the temperature increase may melt the glaciers at the poles and raise the sea level by an average of 49 centimeters. reveals that the numbers may go up to 86 centimeters in some regions.


Data from the US Department of Ocean and Atmosphere (NOAA) revealed that Global Warming is most affecting the oceans. The NOAA data, which show that the giant water bodies heat up and cool down much later because of the thermal stagnation in the oceans, predicts that the temperature increases in the early 2000s will result in a 2050 degree centigrade increase in the oceans in the 1s. Considering that the world continues to warm up and there is no negative result in carbon emission values, we can predict that the temperature increase in the oceans will not be constant with 1 degree. Increasing ocean temperatures that cause important weather events in our world, and the end of giant currents affecting the global climate such as 'Gulf Stream', may cause new disasters for our world.


According to the report presented by IPCC in 2015, which mobilizes the states to reduce carbon emissions, the 2-degree Celsius temperature increase will reduce the water resources in the world and cause the water shortage to start. Agricultural areas that were previously seen as arable will become dysfunctional. Many plant species will be displaced due to temperature changes or will become history. The viability rate in the seas will decrease significantly, and the increase in species that can adapt to the decrease in the diversity of life will be observed. 30 percent of living things on our planet will face the danger of extinction.

Effort to keep the global warming at 1,5 degrees

Greenhouse gases to reduce their emissions and global climate change, the benefits of limiting only indicating poor will be the examination under several titles BRC Turkey CEO Kadir Knitter, "If we manage to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to a certain extent, to keep climate change at 1,5 degrees Celsius in a more livable limit seems possible . Massive epidemics such as dengue fever can occur in Latin America and the Caribbean if the global climate change limit of 6 degrees Celsius, which IPCC has revealed by examining over 1,5 scientific articles, is exceeded. There may be a shortage of food globally, which can create hundreds of millions of people in danger of starvation. In giant cities such as Lagos, Delhi, Shanghai, early deaths of millions of people can be observed with temperature shock. We know we can protect our oceans, our food production and prevent deaths caused by air pollution if the 1,5-degree border is preserved. For this reason, we need to act without losing time. ”


Daily actions we change our routine, changes in our consumption habits can prevent global warming by reducing carbon emissions, says BRC Turkey CEO Kadir Knitter, "IPCC revealed that global warming factor (GWP) from fossil fuels, many object to the products we consume in our daily lives Global Warming ' revealed how much it affected. The most important factor in carbon emission, the removal of coal from energy production is one of the main suggestions of scientists. We can also reduce carbon emissions by changing our consumption habits. Less energy consumption is at the top of these steps. For this, it is necessary to save considerably on the energy used in homes and to replace the vehicles used in transportation, which is one of the important factors of Global Warming, with alternative fuel vehicles ”.


Emphasizing that the most environmentally friendly fossil fuel is LPG, Kadir Örücü said, “LPG has a low carbon-hydrogen ratio compared to hydrocarbon fuels. Much less carbon dioxide (CO2) gas is produced per unit of energy it produces. LPG produces more energy per kilogram, so it is efficient. According to IPCC's GWP factor, while the greenhouse gas effect of CO2 gas is 1, natural gas (methane) is 25 and LPG is zero. LPG, air pollution-producing solid particles (PM) is 35 times less than coal, 10 times less than diesel and 30 percent less than gasoline. Also, nitrogen oxide (NOx) production leading to Global Warming is very low compared to other fossil fuels. ”


Underlining that the number of vehicles worldwide has exceeded 2 billion, Kadir Örücü said, “According to the 2019 forecast report published by the World LPG Association (WLPGA), the number of vehicles used worldwide has exceeded 2 billion and this figure will continue due to the continuing population growth.

Especially in Latin America, Africa, Southeast Asia and Asia, the need for transportation is increasing due to the increasing population. Transportation vehicles in underdeveloped and underdeveloped countries are also old technology vehicles that produce high carbon and emit solid particles that pollute our air. LPG can be easily applied to all vehicles currently equipped with internal combustion fuel technology. LPG is the most logical option to reduce carbon emissions and prevent Global Warming. ”

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