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ziq wrote (edited )

As someone working in renewable energies,

How much of your work sources local renewable energy? Does the renewable energy industry largely rely on Chinese and Indian heavy-industry manufacturing and destructive bigag biofuels still, or is getting more sustainable?

reduction of consumption

As long as capitalism stays afloat, I don't think that will happen. Capitalism depends on constant growth.

I'd like to pinpoint when the markets hit the point where there's no room left to expand, so the whole system can finally collapse. Any greenwashing bandaids the neoliberals come up with will only prolong the planet's decay, and result in much more catastrophic disasters when the pile of cards does come tumbling down.

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RosaReborn wrote

As long as capitalism stays afloat, I don't think that will happen

Completely agree, there will be robots as functioning CEOs long after humans are dead.

And as to your question about renewables, it's in field of hydrogen storage, specifically hydrolysis of water for energy storage from wind turbines so no foreign influence or resource extraction