Bill Gates Explains Contributors And Effects of Climate Change Using Colourful Toys (Watch Video)
Bill Gates on climate change (Photo Credits: Bill Gates YouTube)

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates who is known for his humanitarian acts, in his latest videos is trying to explain the causes of climate change with the help of toys. Gates details the causes of climate changes in the simplest way possible. He points out major contributors to the greenhouse gases that includes transportation, agriculture, electricity, building operations among others. In a co-authored letter, he says that we need "breakthrough solutions" to tackle these issues.

Gates says how the number of buildings in the world is going to double by 2060. "It's like we will build a new New York City every month for the next 40 years," he says. Talking about the solutions we are opting to tackle the issue, he continues, "Hey, aren't we getting the solar panels and windmills to be a lot less expensive, and isn’t that helping reduce greenhouse gases? And the answer is absolutely (yes). But there is a lot more to do than just taking electricity to zero emissions. There's a variety of things that generate greenhouse gases." Bill Gates Praises 'Condom King' Mechai Viravaidya for His Contribution in Thailand’s Population Control.

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In a co-authored letter, he writes, "Manufacturing isn't the only big emitter. Agriculture accounts for 24 percent of greenhouse gases. That includes cattle, which give off methane when they belch and pass gas. (A personal surprise for me: I never thought I'd be writing seriously about bovine flatulence)." Bill Gates Carried a Human Poop Jar in Hand To Support China's Toilet Revolution.

Explaining the measures to solve climate change, the humanitarian says how we need to get closer to zero emission in all fields. The well-regarded philanthropist is known for his involvement is addressing several important issues the world is today facing. He has spoken about lack of toilets, sexually transmitted diseases, poverty, malnourishment and much more.