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Many natural resources have been depleted as a result of ecological imbalances and environmental problems, endangering both people and the environment. Our planet is plagued by pollution, deforestation, global warming, climatic changes, and other problems. To solve these issues and build a healthy, green environment where people can live happily, solutions must be found. In other words, going green will promote the health and prosperity of the environment.

The conversion of energy systems to renewable energy sources (RES) is critical to sustainable development. This transformation will require a significant amount of infrastructure and renewable energy supply units. As a result, the provision of energy will shift from “energy for space” to “energy from space,” resulting in new energy landscapes. Such energy landscapes include not only traditional landscape patterns, but also the potential for renewable resources, conversion units, and associated infrastructure, as well as people who will be impacted by the transition in a variety of ways, such as investors, neighbours, local decision-makers, energy consumers, and many others.Similarly, landscapes must perform a number of functions, such as food and material provision, as well as the preservation and restoration of nature. Increased RES adoption has created a number of sustainability challenges, such as the need to consider the limited amount of land available by combining material and energy use in agriculture, unlock potential for local energy efficiency improvements, and raise awareness of issues such as land use conflicts, public opposition. Structural disutility should be considered when using energy landscapes for decentralised energy provision.

The severity of climate change’s effects will depend on the course that human activity will take in the future. Increased greenhouse gas emissions will lead to more climate extremes and widespread negative effects on our planet. However, the magnitude of these long-term effects will depend on how much carbon dioxide we emit.


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