People living in the north and south of the planet will have to migrate toward the center to obtain more favorable climates and less energy demand. The same applies to those who inhabit regions of very high temperatures. Accordingly, we will wait the coming of wars for the possession of the deposits and the final product. 2. Global Warming: Despite the efforts of groups like the United Nations, Greenpeace and other major NGOs, this point has been the center height of discussion of various leaders summits that have been evolving for several years. However, their solution is still in a stage of intentions.
The main cause of this problem lies in the intensive use of fossil fuels (oil and coal) to generate the electricity that moves the world. The consequences of the continued use of derivatives of these elements are: the sudden emergence of violent weather events, storms, floods, melting glaciers, sudden changes in temperatures, sea level rise, desertification of large tracts , reduction of the habitability of the mainland, large-scale disappearance of animal and of man himself, forced migrations, etc.. The remedy for this evil should begin by lower prices and the widespread use of alternative energies to get the necessary elimination of oil and coal as energy sources, or keep them at manageable levels for the planet. Is this possible? However, leaders who are in favor of these measures are dashed against the power of vested interests around the black gold, making it more and more difficult to achieve this daunting task. 3. The Population Explosion: If we make a brief account, we see that only up to 1804 is over the threshold of the 1.000 million people, ie that the man took 140 million years to reach one billion inhabitants, while in the following 205 years, the population has grown by 680% to reach 6800 million people who occupy our world today.