This issue – crowdfunding combating global warming

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Global warming is now a major concern and steps are being taken to combat this growing threat, working towards an international agreement in which every country plays its part but unfortunately this is a long term approach due to scale, economy and commitment.

To successfully combat climate change, people will have to switch from getting most of their energy from burning fossil fuels to getting most of their energy from a wide variety of clean energy sources.

This month Crowdfunding Campaigner Magazine looks at some of the campaigns that address the threat of global warming through changes in energy resource, waste and our approach to health and the planet.

Being aware of this global threat and taking action highlights the way that crowdfunding can play its part in protecting our planet but also reflects how technology, science and innovation can be funded by those that are concerned or have encountered many of these disasters and are able to help in bringing our attention the need for change.

In this issue we look at some of the solutions that address our concerns in global warming:

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LIQUID NATURAL GAS
AS AN ALTERNATIVE FUEL
DUBEC MOTORS
American Gas & Technology (AG&T) produces liquid natural gas (LNG) as an alternative fuel for the transportation industry. Setting the stage for a revolution in the EV market. The Tomahawk merges the finest technology and engineering to deliver the world’s first long range electric sports car
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CONVERTING WASTE TO ELECTRICITY THE PARIS AGREEMENT
A renewable power company that monetizes waste The Paris climate change conference brought together over 150 Heads of State to agree on how to limit the global average temperature rise.
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CLIMATE CHANGE CROPTS WARMING CARIBBEAN
Transforming agriculture and mitigating
climate change while providing food and
other products through the creation of
agroecosystems
Climate change is one of the most
serious challenges to the Caribbean
impacting the frequency and intensity of
the yearly hurricane season.
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CROWDFUNDING GREEN PLATFORMS CHARGING ELECTRIC CARS
More than 80% of the global energy demand is supplied by fossil fuels, coal, oil and gas ENIO, an Austrian start-up from Vienna, operates a network of charging stations and is establishing a crowd solution for charging electric cars.

Download and read this issue to find out more.