The biggest contributors to the carbon emissions are North America, Europe, China, East Asia and Oceania. The recruitment of agents is crucial in these critical areas, and strategy is chosen for the area in question. All the strategies have their consequences that are listed. To stop global warming, I chose different strategies for the different zones. For China I tried to commit to renewable, in North America I chose to commit to electrical energy mostly because they have established an infrastructure for this. It was also crucial for them as it would cut down on oil dependencies (Fate of the World: Tipping Point, 2015).In Europe, I was forced to commit to the starting of a regional environmental office that would help in guiding the environment through a transition to less carbon emission. In Russia, I started an environmental protection agency for the purpose of protecting the environment through the development. For Japan, which contributes to high carbon emissions due to large number of motor vehicles, I chose to start a regional environmental office. The office will be mandated with the task of environmental protection through enforcement of policies. In Oceania, I chose to commit to renewable that take a little more time to implement but have no carbon emissions. When my strategies were implemented, I realized that there were other problems that were created along the way. Most of the regions that were chosen suffered from other shortages such as water oil and gas shortages. It was up to me to change the situation by coming up with new strategies to fix the conditions. I went ahead to recruit more people and the recruitment was done in the Middle East and building of a political office was placed there. Another person was hired in India, and a welfare office was set there. The last recruitment was done in southern Africa, and a welfare agency placed there. When I had consumed my budget, I played my cards to see the results of the strategies (Fate of the World: Tipping Point, 2015).The results were not very pleasing, and the following were some of the headlines I got. Resources faced shortages hindering growth, and the emissions are still rising, and temperatures were still not right. At this point, the world had reached 1 degree of warming with there being an impending danger. There was an expected increase in disaster and permanent
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