Des solutions pour l'avenir
Used since the dawn of time for clothing, paper, ropes and sails, hemp has gradually been replaced by synthetic materials derived from petroleum.
The number of its uses remain varied and are increasing:
-building materials (bricks, insulation)
-clothes and shoes
- paper, banknotes, cigarette papers
- bedding and mulch
-structures and elements of cars / planes
-food (oil, seed, flour)
Its cultivation uses little water, does not require pesticides and little inputs, structures the soil and fossilizes as much CO2 as trees.
Microscopic algae have been consumed for thousands of years around the world.
Used as food by certain populations of Africa, Mexico or Japan, they also serve as a food supplement to fight against malnutrition or for aquaculture.
In the natural environment they produce by photosynthesis half of the oxygen in the air and cultivated, in raceways or photobioreactors, they are used as food or are used in the manufacture of cosmetics, biofuels or bioplastics.
The energy of sea currents, tides and rivers is inexhaustible and can be used to turn electric turbines.
The electricity thus produced can be connected directly to the networks or transformed by various processes to facilitate the storage and transport of the accumulated energy and to diversify its use.
Plastic has taken an important place in our way of life, it is found everywhere: in our clothes, vehicles, homes, packaging ...
In France, barely 25% of plastic waste is recycled.
A part is incinerated and the rest is sent in bales to other countries in Asia or Africa where they often end up in rivers, seas and oceans.
Thrown back into nature, this waste slowly degrades into fine particles that can be found from the ocean floor to the highest peaks of our mountains through the fish we eat.
Added to the other pollutants that we ingest (fine particles, agricultural residues, etc.), they constitute a real danger to our health as well as that of other animal species.
P R E S E N T A T I O N
Despite the enormous investments required for their prospecting and exploitation, fossil fuels remain more competitive than other solutions that have been forgotten or are at the discovery stage.
Neoliberalism and its need for profit impose their investment policies on governments and industrialists.
We cannot resign ourselves to waiting for future solutions to be more competitive in order to allocate all our resources to them.
The future of humanity cannot be guided by the ambition to multiply financial capital.
As everyone knows, the diverse and varied use of fossil fuels for our development imposes on us a global warming that no one wants or controls.
The massive use of pesticides in agriculture as well as that of plastics in the way we consume leads to the destruction of biodiversity and harms our health.
GlobalAxe.net is an information site which presents you the possible solutions allowing an acceleration of the transition towards a sustainable world.
These solutions require political will, personal commitment or for some large investments but are humanly fair and ethical, viable and profitable for the most expensive.
Their development would make it possible to decarbonize energy-intensive sectors (construction, textiles, transport), improve the living conditions of all living beings and find a global balance.
Determined to improve Our future, we are looking for investors and collaborators (Organizations, states, regions, departments, municipalities, companies, people ...)
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