Compare and contrast the various sources of energy.
This is what I have, but the only problem is I don't think this is comparing and contrasting. I'm just giving the facts out. Can someone please help me by letting me know how I can compare all of these?:
Modern industrial cities use energy for mostly everything in their everyday life. The main energy source is non-renewable fossil fuels. Nearly all modern developed countries depend heavily on fossil fuels. Most have to import much of what they use because few of these nations have sufficient supplies to meet their needs. Oil and natural gas reserves are spread unevenly around the world; over half of the worlds oil supply is located in Southwest Asia. At the current rate of use, the worlds oil is expected to run out in less than a century and that is why today people are searching for new energy sources.
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