Key Words: How to get ‘filthy f—king rich,’ according to Bill Nye, the Science Guy

Bill Nye, climate-change activist and noted f-bomb dropper, is at it again in another video urging action against rising global temperatures.

But instead of laying out the more noble aspects of doing your part for the environment, the Science Guy took a different approach.

‘The real reason you should do your part to combat climate change is it’ll make you filthy f—king rich.’

In an Instagram post sponsored by Google parent Alphabet GOOG, +0.89% , Nye explained how there’s huge money to be made in green technology. “Can you imagine how much sweet, sweet cabbage you’ll be piling up if you could invent a cleaner energy source or help develop carbon capture technology?” Nye asks.

Developing a groundbreaking advancement is obviously tall order for most, but there are certainly more passive ways to take part in getting green on green tech, such as investing in electric vehicles like Tesla TSLA, +1.99% or buying the KraneShares Electric Vehicles & Future Mobility ETF KARS, +2.20%   .

Other companies and funds that could be set to rise along with global temperatures include Johnson Controls JCI, +1.90%  , the Invesco Solar ETF TAN, +3.08%  , the iPath Global Carbon ETN GRNTF, +0.00% and Ecolab ECL, +1.54%  , to name just a few.

Read: 5 ways for your investments to profit from climate change

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