Norway is the flagship of a country that painted green all over the canvas. Recycling bins. Those are decked and suffused around the whole country. They employ solar, wind and hydroelectric power as their chief source of energy. Containers and plastics are replaced by biodegradable products, are you feeling me? They sell their fossil fuels to other countries who may want it, so you know that their economy is booming due to the funding of those exports. But, is that really helping the earth or just Norway? Should we take this idea and make it worldwide, using fossil fuels for important ventures until the advancement of technology?
In their country, the sound of a revving Tesla greets you and it suggests that they have converted from conventional gas and petrol to electricity. The energy sources aforementioned are used to supply the electrical terminals with power and the export funds ultimately sustain the usage and expansion of these machines that take energy from nature. The government also motivates them by making the recharging of their cars free, the exclusive use of the HOV (High-occupancy vehicle) lane and so on. It's like you're not paying for gas! And, you are automatically privileged with a spacey highway lane. Now, that's convenient! Certainly, I'm not saying we should make people buy more Teslas but we should create a system that is similar to this. Should we? What are your thoughts on that?
Likewise, I believe that the world can go green and use readily available natural energy resources following Norway’s footsteps. But this time, they should either completely halt the employment of those non-renewable energy bodies or use them sparsely. Methods like raising the price for industries that expel carbon emission from their smokestacks and chimneys. We could encourage the governments of countries to advertise and promote a greener future and start funding and mass distributing biodegradable and energy-conserving products from the already-existing, small start-ups and dynamo businesses such as Social Bite, World Centric, etc. There are spoons made of rice and wheat - completely biodegradable - water blobs wrapped with seaweed extract which totally makes the plastics old-moded and ineffective. What do you think? Should we follow the wonderfully green lifestyle of Norway or should we find another solution? Are you willing to live a zero-trash lifestyle? How do you think this will turn out in the future, concerning your health, the environment's health and climate change? Share your thoughts.