USA government agencies involved in solving the problem, in part:
Department of Agriculture National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) International Trade Administration (ITA) National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Department of Defense Department of Energy Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) National Institutes of Health (NIH) Department of the Interior Department of State (DOS) U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Department of Transportation Environmental Protection Agency National Aeronautics and Space Administration National Science Foundation
Sort of related: The military is working hard at figuring out the geopolitical implications of a world getting hotter. Namely... what will be the impacts of water shortages, massive storms and mass starvation.
I consider that paper a little on the Alarmist side, but the organization itself is a solid group of conservative non-greens. (Zbigniew Brzezinski... on board, aka the man who brought Russia to its knees.)
What's interesting in the geopolitical arena is that climate change will tear at the very heart of what it is to be a unified nation. We can see the effects of that now... oil companies lobbying in extreme destructive fashion. etc. (Hinting that Western Canada could secede from Canada.)
Now the governments are focusing on the new sources of energy. Solar energy is the best one option for future energy source but the work is not going on high level. In different countries all focus is on the solar energy but slow working speed creating problem and energy sources are limited.
Yes, i completely agree with you.Solar energy is a unlimited natural source of energy and very effective these days to generate electricity.Solar allows you to power your home with clean, renewable energy. You can make a huge difference just by getting home solar.So, i think everyone should use residential solar panels for home.