• Climate change has resulted in severe weather implications that have altered habitats and ecosystems. It is currently one of the biggest threats facing the planet.
  • The lack of scientific talent and research into current weather modification technologies inhibits these techniques from being implemented on a large scale in areas of need.
  • Many corporations have avoided climate change treaties and conversations in order to protect business profits.
  • There is insufficient financial assistance from developed nations to help developing nations overcome their greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Over Reliance on fossil fuels as a form of energy source resulting in climate change and rising greenhouse emissions.
  • Lack of sufficient weather control for agricultural sectors.
  • Overemphasis on short-term profits rather than strategic planning.
  • Increased industrialization contributing to a rise in carbon emissions.

  • Emission-intensive countries can be liable to heavy penalties or subjected to shorter time frames to reduce their emissions if they fail to act early enough.
  • Engaging in climate change efforts can result in economic, environmental and health benefits for populations.
  • Increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is leading to oceanic acidification and poses imminent threats to our marine ecosystems and coral reefs, and will subsequently have an impact on our food source.
  • Improved weather modification techniques could result in positive climate changes in countries that could see more arable land to overcome their food and water shortage issues.

  • Introduce laboratory-scale experiments to understand the science behind cloud seeding and other weather modification techniques.
  • Incentivize the switch to natural elements of energy sources such as wind, water and sun.
  • Encourage climate scientists and corporations to work cooperatively toward mutual goals.
  • Enforce mitigation strategies to reduce greenhouse emissions across different sectors, including transport, energy generation and agriculture.