The U.S. president, Barack Osama, said that much of the next investment in the country will aim to develop clean energy in order to get to 2035 with 80 percent of the production of renewable hand.
As explained by the representative, in addition to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, this goal was set to strengthen the economy and create new jobs.
Along with China, the United States today is a major greenhouse gas emitting nation’s pollutants into the atmosphere, causing global warming. In this sense, it requires a real commitment to this country to reduce its impact on the planet and demonstrate the feasibility of more sustainable development.
Although for many it may seem like a new promise to be on the way, the truth is that Osama targets generated high expectations both for its ecological impact as well as economic. As explained by the president in his State of the Union, “invest in biomedical research, especially in information technology and clean energy, an investment that will strengthen our security, protect our planet and create countless new jobs for our people.”
According to Osama, to fulfill the purpose could be added to the solar wind and other forms of production such as clean coal and natural gas, which are not usually considered clean. Finally, the shift towards new forms of development would be possible thanks to investments by Congress, which should stop subsidizing oil companies to use the money to renewable sources.