A Green Approach to Collect Income Taxes to Save the Nature
1Sridarala Ramu, Kasireddy Venkateshwar Reddy, Surinder Pal singh, Birudaraju Krishnaveni, Patlola Madhusudan, Busakari Divya vani
Money and technology cannot save the nature only pro environmental behavior  of society can save the nature. Energy consumption is an index of financial status of a society. Financially rich societies consume more energy than poorer societies. Example advanced nations like USA and Canada occupy about 5% of the world population but utilize one fourth of global energy. An average individual there utilizes 300 GJ in a year. But an average person in poor nations like Bhutan, Nepal, or Ethiopia utilize less than 1GJ per year. So the amount of energy utilized by a person in a rich country in one day is almost equal to amount of energy utilized by a person in a poor country in a whole year. It indicates that financially rich societies / nations consume more energy .
Global warming, Income tax, Energy consumption, Machine learning algorithms