Hum 111-Greenpeace and the Wind Power Industry

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1 Greenpeace and the Wind Power Industry: Blowing Global Warming Out of Our Future, an Editorial Blog Entry Tara M. Von Gulner HUM/111-Critical and Creative Thinking October 3, 2010 Pamela Green Axia College of University of Phoenix
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2 Greenpeace is an organization that has been struggling to put an end to global warming. Although Greenpeace faces many issues in its fight to end global warming, one of the main issues is finding alternative, viable, and cleaner sources of energy that are continually renewable. The answer to this issue can be found by harnessing the power of the wind. This is done through wind farms that use wind turbines to generate electricity. The wind turbine resembles a fan, but works in an opposite way. Instead of using blades to create wind, the wind moves the blades, which spins a shaft that is connected to a generator that can create and store electricity. Humans are already accustomed to using the power of the wind to sail or fly kites, so it stands to reason that humans should readily adapt to using wind power to create electricity. Finding an alternative to fossil fuel that is clean, efficient, and renewable is the moral
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2011 for the course HUM111\ HUM111 taught by Professor Higgins during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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