New warning from Bill Gates: The scariest thing ever!

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7 years ago, a new warning came from Bill Gates, who warned that we were not ready for a pandemic and was right. Gates described the danger awaiting the world as ‘the most terrible thing’.

History vindicated Gates, who warned in 2015 that we were not prepared for a Covid-19-like pandemic.

Coronavirus (Covid-19), which entered our lives in the last days of 2019, caused a global pandemic in a short time, costing millions of lives.

With the help of billions of vaccines worldwide and the lower mortality rate of the Omicron variant, we are preparing to leave COVID-19 behind.

In these days when life around the world is rapidly returning to normal, a new warning came from Bill Gates.


Answering questions from New York Times writer David Wallace-Wells, the billionaire businessman said he was worried that the war in Ukraine and global economic woes would prevent the world from confronting climate change.

Describing this situation as “the scariest thing,” Gates said, “We are in a worse place than I expected.

Gates, who has described climate change as the greatest danger awaiting the world at every opportunity, announced that the promise to limit the global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees in the G20 summit declaration was unrealistic.

Gates, who warned that the world would miss the goal of limiting temperature increases to 1.5 degrees, included statements that will be talked about a lot in his statement.

Underlining that 65 percent of the world’s population lives in middle-income countries, including China and India, Gates said, “They are the key to the climate. Most of the world’s emissions come from middle-income countries.


Gates recently launched a 4 billion dollar project to combat climate change. Nuclear energy investment company TerraPower has received the necessary approval for the first of a new generation of nuclear power plants.

It announced that the plant will be built in the city of Kemmerer in the state of Wyoming. The Natrium nuclear power plant will replace a coal-fired plant scheduled to close in 2025.

The US government will provide about 50 percent of the financing for the $4 billion project. According to the statement, the 345-megawatt plant, which is scheduled to be operational in 2028, will produce enough climate-friendly energy to serve about 250,000 homes.

With this project, it is planned to pave the way for environmentally friendly energy production and combat the Climate Crisis.


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