Oil and coal are called non renewable resources for a reason, we WILL run out! Unless we find a way to zap it out of the air that we continue to pump it into every day, that is... I believe more countries, most importantly the United States, should invest in renewable energy like wind and solar immediately.
Yes, more countries should invest in using cleaner and renewable energy sources instead of oil and coal because oil and coal are damaging our environment and causing problems such as climate change and rising sea levels. Cleaner and renewable energy sources helps preserve the environment and counteracts the significant damage that human beings have done to the earth.
Countries should invest more in cleaner and energy sources. We can no longer rely on oil, natural gas, and coal. These are dwindling resources. Furthermore these are harmful to the environment. The time to do it is now, when energy prices are low. Otherwise, we will fall behind and have to scramble when prices are high.
The number of countries investing in cleaner and renewable energy needs to increase and be less dependent on oil and coal. We are all connected in the global impact of the environment and each country has a responsibility to decrease pollution and improve cleaner energy uses. The pollution from oil and coal effects all of us.
Imagine how many wind turbines/ solar panels it takes to power a city compared to coal/oil. In other words, it would take way more wind turbines/solar panels. Which also starts to limit the space that you have, resulting less space for other things. Also, the wind turbines are not reliable at times because what if there is no wind? And for the solar panels, sure it gets its power from the sun, but is it really powerful enough to power a whole grid? Sure there are batteries to hold this charge as well for the night, but i believe this is too much money to spend on a whole new power grid as well. Also: "The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive." - Donald Trump