The environmentalists have raised those questions long time ago. Let's take Isaac Azimov's, an outstanding science fiction writer, book Our Angry Earth: A ticking ecological bomb, 1991. There, questions of global warming and the resulted consequences like ice melting, the unprecedented and uncontrolled increase in population growth leading to overproduction and pollution. As a result of industrialization we breathe polluted air and drink contaminated water.. These are just few examples from the book written in '91, while Isaac seemed to be sure that it's been already too late and the point of no return have been already reached. Nowadays the problem is way more serious, the annual temperatures are several degrees higher than in '91, the climate zones are now shifting which will have serious effect on economies and the Planet. When accomplishing one of my projects at the university, I've asked the a programming company to help me do the creative project on my Human rights and Environmental Protection university course. Even, as a result of our preliminary research, we've came to the conclusion that the solutions should be searched for at the global level given that the problem is global. Say, the UN, being the most authoritative intergovernmental body should be first to take the initiative and from the global level delegate the tasks to the regional formations like the EU, MERCOSUR, ASEAN etc. And now we've come to the main point, is it really feasible? First, the UN, is it really that powerful and authoritative, where the power of veto ruins all the good initiatives.. Next, is really possible to overcome the business lobbying? Pollution and stuff is closely related to business, production, growth. Even green energy, which is mostly a political decision, may result into an ecological disaster, as in order to build all those solar panels, wind turbines or electric cars, huge amount of rare metals is needed. How to dispose them, what to do with new degraded ecosystems as a result of instant mining and air and water pollution with heavy metals?