Guest Bloggers Need to Create Content that Genuinely Supports Environmentalism

Non-profit organizations focused on raising environmental awareness and conservation, highly appreciate guest bloggers responding to their “Write For Us” invites. However, not many readily accept creative work offered by guest bloggers, particularly those that carry external links.

Grassroots funded organizations supporting environmental activism, are widely viewed and followed. Yet they reserve the right to reject irrelevant guest contributions. Backlinks are definitely prohibited if it’s quite obvious that the environmental website is merely being used as a brand marketing medium for spreading backlinks across the web.

Nevertheless, guest bloggers collaborating with non-profit organizations focused on environmental activism, may be permitted to embed external links in their guest posts bu5 subject to certain conditions. External or backlinks directing readers to a guest blogger’s website, are acceptable only if the URLs are linked to web pages that support the concept of environmental protection and conservation of natural resources.

After all, there are numerous eco-friendly products, innovations and advancements in technology that can serve as tools in attaining the Net Zero Climate Change goal before the year 2050. Allowing guest bloggers to promote such products to the growing population of environment-conscious consumers, can help speed up the achievement of the Net Zero goal.

What Exactly is the Net Zero Climate Change Goal?

Many misconstrue the Net Zero  concept as a global goal of totally eliminating Carbon Dioxide and other greenhouse gases out of the planet’s atmospheric environment. This only emphasizes the need to further disseminate climate change information in the simplest of terms.

Most guest bloggers are capable of doing this because their writing style is more casual, whilst using vocabulary that ordinary consumers can easily understand and relate to.

First off, it must be understood that the Net Zero effect does not aim to eliminate CO2 out of the planet because this gaseous element is important to plant life. More importantly, greenhouse gas emissions provide energy and heat that make the planet livable, for as long as they stay in balance to effectively counter the cold-producing elements in the Earth’s atmosphere.

However, since the industrialization era, greater amounts of greenhouse gasses (GHG) filled the Earth. Mainly because the modern methods introduced by industries, produced greater amounts of GHG emissions. Moreover, the condition also created imbalances that prevented excess GHG from being released into the vast space outside the planet. As a result, the large amounts of greenhouse gases, including CO2 that got trapped in the Earth’s atmosphere, caused the occurrence of global warming.

During the 2018 international summit that discussed the need to attain the Net Zero effect, it was agreed upon that the best way to move forward is to limit global warming to 1.5°C. Yet this required speedy, decisive and sustainable actions on a worldwide level.

The development had prompted the United Nations to call on government leaders to meet and reach an agreement that each and every nation will commit to reducing GHG emissions in their respective territories.

The Need to Further Raise Awareness about the Net Zero Goal

Actually, environmentalists and climate scientists have been putting out warnings for years, even before the advent of the global warming phenomenon. Scientific journals have been published decades ago, explaining that chemicals and toxic gases can adversely affect the atmospheric layers protecting the planet. While global warming was still a theory, scientific explanations warned that such an occurrence can intensify and strengthen the destructiveness of weather-instigated natural calamities.

Nowadays however, it seems the planet has reached the point of no return, so to speak. In recent months, countries all over the world have been experiencing stronger and more destructive effects of climate change.

Unfortunately however, the responses to the Net Zero Effect climate call, still indicate a need to raise awareness about the urgency of the matter. Apparently, there is a greater need to counter false and fake information with blogs that genuinely support Net Zero Effect movements.