The Paris Agreement is committing governments to reduce their carbon footprint tremendously. Its goal is to limit global warming to well below 2, preferably to 1.5 degrees. It is imagined that most of the committing countries are not going to reach their final objectives.
Ultimately the countries will be forced to stop large production processes and increase the usage of alternative sources rapidly. One of the expected outcomes might be a stop on the industrial growth, reduction of housing and limitations to operational hours by agricultural and other manufacturing agents.
The reduced productivity, and halt on construction and expansion, will lead to the increased lifetime of the materials that are used by all. This will reduce the sales, services and replenishment of machinery, including water pumps, around the globe.
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