Go Green

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Go Green
Go Green
2012
Jeremy Nicholl
HUM 111
3/18/2012
2012
Jeremy Nicholl
HUM 111
3/18/2012

Go Green
I believe Green technology is very important as we proceed in the clean-up process of our planet and as we explore alternatives for fossil fuels. Drilling for oil within our country may seem easier and less expensive, however it is a short term solution; we must not rely or assume that fossil fuels are an unlimited resource. We must consider alternatives for fuel and energy while recognizing the effects of pollution on the ozone layer. As we explore different types of renewable energy resources, we must be sure that they are safe on the environment and safe to use in homes or automobiles. Another aspect to consider is the availability of the resource. We do not want to waste time exploring resources which are not going to be readily available or resources that will diminish.
The need for fossil fuels in the near future is still a necessity until a transformation can be made to an alternative source. There will always be a demand for fossil fuels, the goal is to reduce to use of fossil fuels as the burning of these fuels emits pollution into our atmosphere. The advantages of fossil fuels are that they are already readily available and distributed worldwide, which is very convenient. You can get gasoline and oil at any gas station and even some grocery stores, across the entire United States. Another advantage of fossil fuels is that they are easy to use as the burning of these fuels is what generates electricity.
There are disadvantages of using fossil fuels such as the pollution caused by the burning of these fuels for one. Another disadvantage of fossil fuels is the dependency on fossil fuels has caused many political problems and even war, which in turn has made the market for fuel fluxuate.…...

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