Energy Resource Plan

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Energy Resource Plan Tamra Loper April 25, 2010 SCI/275 Professor Laura Hughes
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Today we are going to look at energy resources, and why it is important to conserve it. We are going to look at what are the different between renewable and non-renewable energy. Another thing is that we are going to look at things that we can do to help save energy and not waste, and by also helping the environment at the same time. We are going to talk about what the government is doing to help in conservation efforts. As we look at these things to help us save energy, we ask ourselves what I am going to do to help the environment and conserve energy. Why is it important to conserve energy, well if you think about if we use all the natural resources that we have left then what are our future generation going to us? We have very limited amount of nonrenewable energy left on this earth, if we can come up with ways to make renewable energy sources, that way we don’t end up using all our natural resources. We want to make sure that our future generations will be able to provide the energy that they need in order to survive. As we know using all the natural resources of the Earth is showing a sign of being really harmful to the environment, and if we don’t do something about what kind of environment will
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2010 for the course BEH 225 taught by Professor Mrking during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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