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‘Joker’ (Todd Phillips, 2019) is for sure the movie of the moment. Lots of us have already gone to cinema to watch it, but many remain to discover this great film – don’t doubt and go as soon as you can! You’ll discover how Joaquim Phoenix plays one of the best versions of this villain, but also that ‘Joker’ has a lot to do with anger, misunderstanding and normal people problems.
These are issues that also have a lot to do with the path to reduce the greenhouse gases that cause global warming, as this can be a risk for some groups of people. The sum of changes for a clean energy system is usually known as “the energy transition”. This is a process with deep economic transformations, regardless of the country it takes place in, as each nation or region have their own necessities and barriers.
During this enormous modification of citizens’ circumstances, it is likely that people get to suffer if things are not done properly. From homes facing light prices rising, to entire communities that have depended for years on sectors such as transport, coal, oil… Lots of people are in risk of suffering with some of these changes. This is why a focus on this part of the population is needed to address climate change fight in the best way. Experiences in some countries are demonstrating that the energy transition is not possible without social support.
So energy transition is absolutely necessary and we must be brave with it, but it can be also so complicated for many. Understanding this is key to be successful! Soon we’ll go a little more in depth on this, but meanwhile go straight to the cinema if you haven’t watched ‘Joker’ yet, and if so, go again! It’s always worth it.
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