As much as many around the world are giving low priority to nature, climate change is real and it has started to cause problems to many all over the world. It is predicted that by the year 2030, the sea level is expected to increase by 4 feet and 5 feet by the year 2050. By then, a number of coastal areas like Klang marked in red are expected to be under the sea. Map source: Climate Central
Doomsday bunker however is out of reach for many common people unless it is the Government which you will need to ensure the continuation of the government during a natural disaster or war OR you are one of the billionaires who have the money and resources to build your own fancy, high-tech doomsday bunkers. When the US invaded Iraq, the Iraq Government was operating from a bunker. Image source: Twitter
(The entire home solar set is expected to cost house owners RM60,000 – it is not cheap but the return of investment does look favourable. If there are special funds for house owners to part-finance the set-up cost and then tie the repayment to the monthly FiT, that will promote greater use of solar panels at residential areas. Image source: http://www.eurocosm.com/)
(Earth Hour is an idea to create awareness – not only among the ordinary citizens of the world but also organizations and governments. Image source: www.hurting.wordpress.com)
I was reading an article on how solar energy panels on the orbiting space station power the cooling systems. I was wondering why we can’t do the same thing in Malaysia. After all, sunshine is abundant in Malaysia and an air-conditioner (or simple ceiling fan) needs power. Image source: http://www.eurocosm.com/)
Why can’t we match the two and have a cheaper power source at our disposal?