That was interesting but I can't help but wonder what they will do with all those displaced workers. And will humans even want to take solutions to global warming if they don't even believe it exists? Time will tell and the question will be forgotten maybe.
Working backwards on that.
I feel the problem will become ever more demanding of an answer, unless serious sapathy sets in. Unfortunstely there are signs that apathy is currently getting a grip, workers are becoming shirkers because it is easier than fighting for a job,. Perhaps we need another peasant uprising! "The workers are revolting!"
Glad you changed your handle, Arturo!
Even the Chinese have, politically st least so far, cottoned on to the idea that climate change and smog are enemies of the people. Which makes them brighter than Trump... new high rise buldings have to include solar cells or heat collectors on the roof and they may be stepping up electric car production. The latter is not so good for the West, China has most of the world's known neodymium reserves, the element essential in making very high efficiency electric motors. (Got a couple of pounds of, it in the form of various magnet shapes, myself.) Cheaper, though imported (so not for the Trumpian US) electric cars may be around when their home market is satisfied (or they need foreign currency).
Displaced workers is the more difficult question, could take fiur geberations to dort out. Provided catholics etc do not breed like rabbits and kids are willing to train for the sort of jobs robots and AI can't do. It probably took almost as many humans to provide the concept and programming for those cars as normal, but maybe with a slightly different skillset to that required ten years ago. Seemed to take less to glue them together though, but they will probably robotise that task later...
Maybe the politicians will eventually have to do the sci-fi scenario thing, force companies to employ humans in a rstion determined by their turnover or tax the ass off them to fund the unemployment benefits. However, unemploynent, as some here know (I do), does one's mental and emotional health no good at all.