Only recently, I read in a publication of the Atlantic Council written by Fred Kempe that energy renewables have surpassed coal in power-producing capacity for the first time in history. It is exciting and sensational to learn that such a change in structure of energy sources has occurred.
For years, I have been researching and analyzing the implications of global warming popularly known as Climate Change, arguing that the relation between global warming and energy sources is of crucial importance in tackling both.
It is impossible to address global warming without introducing renewable energies as a major source for all man-driven activities. From industry to households, from services to construction, from development to building, and from education to security, the concepts of renewable energy and climate change are interrelated and highly relevant for our daily living.