Bill Gates, a multibillionaire philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder, recently addressed the charge that his actions of flying privately while advocating for climate change make him a hypocrite. Gates responded by pointing out that he has funded Climeworks, a Swiss business that employs direct air capture (DAC) technology to combat global warming, and that he has committed more than $2 billion to climate technologies such as nuclear fission, solar energy, and direct air capture. Gates also highlighted the work of Breakthrough Energy, an organization he established in 2015 to bring the public and private sectors together to speed market formation, spur additional innovation, and lower green premiums. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) reports that aviation is one of the fastest-growing sources of greenhouse gas emissions causing global climate change, and private aeroplanes emit 5 to 14 times more pollution per passenger than commercial aircraft. Gates is not denying the fact that flying privately has a large carbon footprint, but he believes that the work he is doing to combat climate change is more than enough to offset his personal actions.
Can you provide an alternative sentence that I can rephrase for you? VCS-612 – Verra Registry does not contain a sentence that I can rephrase. It appears to be a code or identifier.
VCS-612 is an IT certification of the Verra Registry. The Verra registry is a privately held company that works with...