Global challenge of climate change and environmental sustainability area
Rigene Project - TFTpsp Application Phase
Rigene Project - TFT-1 Parameter Application Phase
One current scope where the TFT-1 parameter can be applied is in addressing the global challenge of climate change and environmental sustainability. This complex, multidisciplinary issue requires innovative technological solutions from multiple fields working together to create a more sustainable future for our planet.
Applying the TFT-1 parameter to this scope would involve assessing the 22 technological fields mentioned earlier, based on their potential progress rate (TFTvpt), potential social and environmental impact (TFTpse), potential systemic solutions (TFTpss), and potential scientific research (TFTpsr).
Some of the most relevant technological fields for this scope include:
Renewable energy technologies, including solar, wind, and nuclear fusion (Field 16: Nuclear Fusion technologies).
Energy storage solutions, such as advanced batteries and hydrogen fuel cells.
Electric and hydrogen-powered vehicles, contributing to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
Smart grid and energy management systems, improving the efficiency and resilience of energy distribution.
Carbon capture and storage technologies, mitigating the effects of greenhouse gas emissions.
Sustainable agriculture and precision farming techniques, enhancing food production while minimizing environmental impact (Field 10: Biotechnology).
Water management and purification technologies, ensuring access to clean water for all.
Waste management and recycling technologies, promoting a circular economy (Field 21: Sharing Economy technologies, Circular Economy technologies, Green Economy technologies, Blue Economy technologies).
Climate monitoring and prediction technologies, facilitating better decision-making and adaptation strategies (Field 2: Artificial Intelligence, Field 3: Internet of Things).
Environmental restoration and conservation technologies, protecting and restoring ecosystems and biodiversity.
By evaluating and prioritizing these fields using the TFT-1 parameter, decision-makers, researchers, and investors can allocate resources more effectively, focusing on the most promising technologies to combat climate change and achieve environmental sustainability.