es 10 alternative energy

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es 10 alternative energy 17:08 Gov exterminator expected a 90% decrease per person from 1990 to 2050 in  fossil fuel use.  For every person on average 15Kg of carbon is released per person per day  California’s goal is 1Kg per person per day of carbons released would be a good  average for the global in order to save the earth.  Funadmentals alternatives to fossil fuels Major o Solar o nuclear Minor (not enough to transfer our fundamental needs away from fossil fuels) o Tidal o Geothermeal Solar Hydroelectric o Use solar energry for evaporation Biomass o Plants using photosynthesis Solar thermal electric Solar hot water Wind power Something else solar Only 7 % is renewable energy (sub points are how much percent of the 7% is  which specific alt energy) 1% solar 34% hydroelectric 5% geoehtermal 52% biomass
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This note was uploaded on 08/01/2011 for the course PSYC 132 taught by Professor Phillip during the Spring '11 term at Arkansas.

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