American Businesses for Clean Energy



Climate Change

Due to the unprecedented and rapid growth expected to stretch into the next few decades, services that cater to social care and those that provide important infrastructural facilities are under immense pressure.
And climate change has proved to be capable of further aggravating the socio-economic challenges resulting from these. This happens while, at the same time, the physical impacts are ready to swing the door open for major disruptions in business and government operations.
Across all the regions of the world, the current and short term social risks are more reported. In contrast, the longer-term risks are tucked inside. In contrast, however, it is only with a lucid knowledge of what long term risks are that cities can plan to provide infrastructure and render adequate services. Matters such as population displacement can only do little.
Despite the fact that the public health sector seems most affected by climate alterations, they are not the only important service that is under threat due to our changing climate. The threat spreads to water supplies, energy. These two being the fundamental pillars of cities, will most definitely come under looming threat in a few years.

Icebergs in Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon, Iceland


The need to metamorphose cities to become adequate spaces habitable by man and to guarantee wellbeing has become noticeably important. And this has become our prior objective. 

Cities of the world are home to the changes most grand in our time; they have become the main base of social and economic activity. This makes the need to amass a significant amount of resources unavoidable.

In response to these needs, we are developing transformative and sustainable solutions. These conjugate solutions will transform cities into habitable spaces that aid and enhance productivity in the impending sting of climate emergencies.

We aim to create a better city suitable for accomplishing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This being achievable as we focus on creating an inclusive, sustainable and safe environment suitable to achieving just that.

To achieve this, we are also constructing buildings that are sustainable and adaptable for the future. We do this by carrying out bioclimatic zero-emission projects certified by LEED and BREEAM.

The need to equip our cities with the means necessary to tackle the planet’s major challenges can no longer be overemphasised. These challenges primarily include urban concentration and climate change.

This situation compels us to map out a model to render these essential services to the urban population. Note that these challenges extend far beyond just water and energy.

To achieve this goal of creating interconnected, sustainable and, in fact, habitable cities, we are working to improve society’s level of waste management and enhance the circular economy status. We are also working towards extending the usage of electrics while advancing shared mobility.

What also needs improving is resilient infrastructure’s network, transportation – commutation; this is to be worked on while efficiently revitalising urban space and increasing the productivity of green areas.

Himalaya mountains global warming climate change

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