Future of Clean Technology: Way to Sustainable Future
What is “clean technology”, and how does it work?
Let’s start with a definition of clean technology: what does it mean to be “clean” in terms of technology? For this definition, “clean technology” refers to any actions taken to lessen or ideally eradicate negative environmental impacts while simultaneously fostering economic and social progress.
Protecting or avoiding the use of natural resources should be prioritized, and clean technology is about operating in a way that addresses the need to conserve these nonrenewable resources as much as feasible.
To improve productivity and efficiency, clean technology strives to eliminate or minimize pollution and waste while at the same time increasing productivity and efficiency. These modifications should be implemented at every stage of a product or process’s life cycle.
What is the significance of clean technology?
To maintain balance in the ecosystem and to
- Climate change: In terms of environmental challenges, climate change is likely the most well-known. It is defined as a shift in the overall temperature or weather patterns.
- Pollution – we can describe pollution as introducing a dangerous substance into a natural ecosystem.
- Conservation of biodiversity – biodiversity refers to the variety of living creatures on Earth. Living organisms are reliant on the existence of other species for their survival, and the extinction of one species can trigger a disastrous chain reaction.
An international movement to adopt clean technology solutions has been sparked by the current climate emergency, which governments have declared all over the world. We have relied on fossil fuels for energy since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, which is a direct effect of that dependence. A growing number of governments are implementing regulatory systems that force industry and individuals to lessen their environmental footprint. In the coming years, clean technology will pave the way for further development.