You have to be joking or are unaware of climate change, what it does, and when we reach the threshold when it runs amok, and any money or resources we throw at it are too late.
You're funny, but I'm not joking.
I've been studying climate change science for 25 years, and I'm an expert in economic modelling. I know more about the impacts of climate change than most people.
Climate change is a problem, but so are many other things. My concern is that the focus on climate change is crowding out efforts to address larger and more immediate problems.
You could spend thousands of dollars to put solar panels on your roof. Doing that will have virtually no impact on climate change, and in most cases will likely be more expensive than continuing to receive electricity from the grid. Or you could make a real difference by donating the money to a charity that installs solar panels in poor villages. That will give them reliable electricity and reduce the substantial negative health impacts that result from burning wood and kerosene.