Elon Musk is a champion of the environment, which is something that both his detractors and supporters can agree on. Tesla, a business whose mission is to contribute to the creation of a sustainable world, was founded by Musk.
The serial entrepreneur described the goals of his two well-known businesses on July 15. “Tesla is to protect life on Earth, and SpaceX is to extend life beyond,” he said.
This is due to the fact that Tesla Motors’ main goal—and the reason I am funding the company—is to hasten the transition from a mine-and-burn hydrocarbon economy to a solar electric economy, which I believe to be the primary, but not sole, sustainable solution. Musk made this statement in August 2006, when he unveiled what he called “The Secret Tesla Motors Master Plan (just between you and me),” in a blog post. A sort of top-secret manual for improving transportation and preventing pollution from killing the planet.
The tech tycoon stopped using bitcoins to buy Tesla cars in 2021 after activists informed him that the cryptocurrency’s “Proof-of-Work” system uses a lot of electricity.
The billionaire, however, considers that there is currently a more pressing issue than global warming. The world population is declining, a phenomenon that has an especially negative impact on China and the nations of the northern hemisphere.