It is undeniable that the adverse effects of global warming are becoming more frequent and intense.
In late 2019, Australia faced one of the worst bushfire seasons, which killed at least 30 people, along with native vegetation and a plethora of animals.
The 2021 summer in North America has already broken temperature records in several cities of the Pacific Northwest, killing more than 100 people due to a severe heatwave.
These events are just some of the growing consequences of climate change caused by human activities, especially fossil fuel burning, which is the most common source of energy in the world.
Besides the negative climate effects that this action can cause, fossil fuels are becoming scarce with their constant consumption as…