Erica Sturdavant_Renewable Energy

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Running head: RENEWABLE ENERGY 1 Renewable Energy Erica Sturdavant HUM 111 October 31, 2010 Jillian De Los Santos
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RENEWABLE ENERGY 2 Renewable Energy Renewable energy, what is it you ask? Renewable energy is anything that can be reused. A couple examples of renewable energy resources are wind power and solar power. Greenpeace wants to revolutionize sustainable energy such as this and work toward the elimination of the dirty, unsustainable energy resources such as coal and oil, and their plan includes four other elements to aid in the shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy. Those four elements are to implement renewable solutions, especially through decentralized energy systems, respecting the natural limits of our environment, creating greater equality in the use of the resources, and finally to decouple economic growth from the consumption of fossil fuels.(EnergyRevolution2010) When a person relies on wind power to receive their energy, the most profitable place to live would be in an open area such as the plains of North Dakota.
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