Monday, January 19, 2009

Recycling Bussiness could stop Global Warming

I read an Article in the “San Jose Business Journal “, and I read that the former Vice President Al Gore said that “businesses can actually make money from this crisis”. John Doerr who’s a partner in Kleiner, Perkins Caulfield and Byers predicted “This could be the largest economic market in the 21st century". Many scientists said in 1990, that there were no sources or signs of Global warming. Then in 2007, the IPCC Said “global temperatures will continue to climb for decades”. Most people (1,500 attended) at that conference (State of the Valley) were certain that global warming was a problem. Mr. Doerr started a important discussion on how businesses can work in the crisis event. He said that Green Technology also known as the Recycling Business could have a big advantage in the market. “Global warming could be solved by investing in a lot of different ways to cut greenhouse gases” said the panelists. China, India, and the United States are the countries who releases Carbon dioxide and none of these nations are doing nothing to solve the world’s biggest problem.


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