I really hate that my posts take this long to go through, but here's a quote for you:
"Herrington (head of earth sciences at Natural History Museum) and his colleagues looked at the UK’s climate goals and the requirement that all its vehicles be converted to electricity by 2050. They found doing so would require two times the total annual world cobalt production, nearly the entire world production of neodymium, three quarters the world’s lithium production and at least half of the world’s copper production during 2018. Remember, that’s just for the UK!"
It's not possible for us to convert to electricity right now. It would be nice, but obviously not even remotely plausible. As this quote shows, even in the UK the change to electric cars is impossible - it would require way to many resources, even resources we don't have.
P.S. If it's possible, can I be allowed to have instant posts or something? How long do I have to be on to get instant posting so my answers don't take so long to come in? It's so slow that I miss some good reply timing!