In many ways, we are changing the world and sadly the face of the earth as we know it.
Now we can talk about jobs, climate change, food supply, and many other aspects of our daily behavior and some of them need to change yes, but in the best way rapidly.
Changing the world may mean give to everyone a chance to live in harmony with our land, our territory. But definitively we need to start at home and with every action we make and, with the conscious thought that this is the right decision.
This is the reason why we are passionate about technology and its great spectrum of applications to create solutions to major Climate Change problems.
We want everybody to walk with us in this challenging momentum of our time.
In this post-covid moment, we can´t avoid saying that work was already rapidly changing.
Work as we know it will never be the same. It already isn’t the same for some people. According to the OECD, 14% of jobs in OECD countries are highly automatable – another 32% of jobs could be substantially changed in how they’re carried out.
We want to change the world at the same pace the world is changing and needs our help to abate Climate Change.
CEO - UrbanTechRobotics
Recognizing the urgency of the challenge, ministers from all over the world agreed that countries should come back next year to submit stronger 2030 emissions reduction targets with the aim of closing the gap to limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees C (2.7 degrees F). Ministers also agreed that developed countries should urgently deliver more resources to help climate-vulnerable countries adapt to the dangerous and costly consequences of climate change that they are feeling already — from dwindling crop yields to devastating storms.
Transparency. In Glasgow, all countries agreed to submit information about their emissions and financial, technological and capacity-building support using a common and standardized set of formats and tables. This will make reporting more transparent, consistent and comparable. This is a boon for the global community to better hold countries accountable for what they say they will do.
Listing the main urban problems related to Climate Change, we found that there is a common denominator in 12 of them. If we successfully solve this common problem, we will be taking interesting steps from another perspective to the SMARTCITIES.
Welcome to UrbanTechRobotics, a new Green Start-Up with innovative ideas to create a Circular Economy and Zero-Emission solutions.