Reduce heat created by A/c
Air conditioners all in a row
How can we Reduce heat created by A/c? Nowadays people in different countries require air conditioning (A/c) even in winter. Instead they can just open windows and doors for few hours to bring down the room temperature.
A/c is hugely used in the corporate world; just imagine those huge A/c outdoor units eject so much of hot air which pollutes the atmosphere, if those companies can afford to switch off their air conditioner in winter there will be so much of change in the temperature outside. People inside those big walls do not even bother that more than 40% of the population is doing business outside under the SUN and they should allow even them to live.
This is just a small example if we can put down this luxury and use it only when required we can save and let others Live.
Year on Year we can feel the difference in atmosphere - let it be in heat or cold both the temperatures are rising, and if we cannot reduce it at least we can think of stopping it and not letting it to increase and further.
Other way round trees are getting vanished due to urbanization we can help by planting saplings which will stay for long number of years thus increasing the percentage of oxygen in the atmosphere.Barry's Response
- a couple of ideas here, Prakash. The more informed we all become, the more we'll think about the ramifications of our actions.
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Once upon a time, there was a company called Evercool Inc. in a bustling city.
The building was an epitome of modernity and luxury. Employees worked diligently in their air-conditioned offices,
enjoying the comfort provided by the cooling systems. The city outside Evercool Inc., however, was bustling with people living their lives under the scorching sun.
Mr. Green, an environmentalist, visited the company one day. Armed with facts and determination but still uncertain of his reception, he made his way up the sleek glass doors. The CEO, Mr. Johnson, heard about his concerns about the excessive use of air conditioning.
While Mr. Green explained the consequences of constantly cooling the indoors while hot air and pollution poured from the outdoor units, Johnson listened intently. As the CEO realized the implications of their actions on the world outside their air-conditioned haven, he eventually saw reasons to change company operations. He determined it was important to strike a balance between employee comfort and environmental responsibility.
After absorbing Mr. Green's words, Mr. Johnson decided to make changes at Evercool Inc. Instead of relying solely on air conditioning during milder weather, he encouraged employees to open windows and doors. To reduce energy consumption and heat emissions, he proposed the company embrace "natural cooling," install energy-efficient systems and optimize cooling.
A hidden internal conflict brewed at Evercool Inc. Johnson, the CEO, was torn between his responsibility for the company's financial success and his growing concern for the environment. While contemplating the implications of their air conditioning practices, he faced resistance from some executives who prioritized profits. It could lead to potential problems for his career success.
He set out to find a solution that reconciled the company's interests with the planet's. Mr. Green, the environmentalist, became his mentor and guide. He had to deal with challenges both inside and outside Evercool Inc. Competitors and skeptical stakeholders questioned the feasibility and profitability of the changes under the assumption the natural methods would disrupt productivity.
He remained undeterred, determined to prove environmental responsibility and business success go hand in hand.
He had to face his own doubts, make tough decisions, and rally support from like-minded employees. Together, they educated employees about saving energy and reducing heat emissions. While they faced resistance, their determination and unwavering commitment inspired others to join them.
Within Evercool Inc., heroes emerged from unexpected places. Former comfort-first employees became advocates for change. Their commitment to conservation, along with planting trees made them heroes in their own right.
They overcame obstacles with their collective efforts and Evercool Inc. launched an environmental campaign. Employees were encouraged to take part in tree planting drives. With each sapling planted, the group contributed to a healthier atmosphere with more oxygen.
Their actions not only changed the company, but also influenced the industry. As a symbol of how individuals can rise above friction, challenge the status quo, and lead by example, Mr. Johnson and Evercool Inc. became heroes. Other companies started taking notice of their initiatives. Businesses across the city started implementing similar strategies to reduce excessive energy usage and promote sustainability after Evercool Inc.
As the years passed, the city slowly changed. There was less pollution, and temperature variations weren't as extreme. Those who spent their days in the sun felt a renewed sense of connection with nature, appreciating the value of fresh air. A big part of the victory was the paradigm shift.
People around the world were inspired by Evercool Inc. and the city's efforts to reduce air conditioning heat emissions. As a result, individuals and corporations could make a significant difference in preserving the environment by embracing simple changes, like opening windows and planting trees.
As more years went by, the world saw a positive change. As temperatures rose, one company and its employees sparked a movement towards a greener, more sustainable future. A testament to the power of individual action and the collective will to make the world a better place.
In the end, Evercool Inc.'s conflict served as a catalyst for positive change. This anecdote shows the power of personal conviction, unity, and the willingness to face and overcome obstacles. It could become a timeless inspiration, reminding us that we can create a better, more sustainable world even in the face of aversion.