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[Energy] Relationship between energy and the environment

by Eco Generation | 02-06-2011 10:37 Comments 15 Comments recommendations 0 recommendations



What is the relationship between energy and the environment?

1.How does energy relates to the environment?
Energy and the environment are popular themes of the new millennium because both are closely interlinked. Then let's found out about energy. What is it?
Energy includes kinetic energy (we can work), potential energy (we lift an !--object--), thermal energy (it relates to heating or cooling), electricity (we emit light or run a factory) and chemical energy (it is also indispensable to our daily life).
Where can we get these energies?
1.How does energy relates to the environment?_01

Energy is an irreplaceable part of our life and it is highly correlated with the environment. Imagine what it would be like if we were out of electricity and oil... It would be eerily dark and freezing. We could hardly prepare food. We also have to walk because there is no car, train or bus. But thinking from environment perspective no energy means no power generation, which translates into less consumption of energy and fossil fuel. Also no car equals to no air pollution. Here we can clearly see negative correlation exists between energy and environment protection.
While energy development has enriched our life it has worsened eco-pollution.
As we have entered into industrial age with cars and factories, environmental destruction has further gained momentum.
1.How does energy relates to the environment?_02

Energy, so readily available, disappears after use. Coal, oil, natural gas and atomic energy can be a case in point, and these sources of energy are limited and they generate pollution.
Fossil fuel, accounting for most of current energy consumption, is never limitless. It will become deplete some day.

1.How does energy relates to the environment?_03

2.Importaance of developing clean energy
A possibility of fossil fuel resource lasting 40 years or 60 years does not warrant continued dependence on it if you seriously consider irreparable harm it creates to the environment. Carbon dioxide concentration in the atmosphere has risen dramatically thanks to our heavy reliance on fossil fuel. And global warming brought on by this recklessness is seriously threatening our ecosystem.
If we care about the environment, it is imperative that we seek clean energy with zero pollution. What kinds of clean energy are there?

2.Importaance of developing clean energy_01 

15 Comments

  • Amy Lim says :
    Thanks for sharing!
    Posted 22-06-2018 10:09

  • says :
    Clean Energy==>Green future
    Posted 02-08-2015 16:24

  • says :
    Clean energy for the future!
    Posted 25-11-2014 18:58

  • says :
    It's hard to "seek clean energy with zero pollution" because technically even the cleanest forms of energy result in some from of pollution, during the production process or otherwise (noise,e tc.) Just a thought. Great overall poster, though!
    Posted 22-07-2014 21:12

  • says :
    #Cleanenergy
    Posted 09-07-2014 12:09

  • says :
    thanks for the article
    Posted 31-12-2013 01:22

  • says :
    thanks for the share
    Posted 30-12-2013 02:53

  • says :
    i agree with this
    Posted 22-12-2013 22:33

  • says :
    absolutely correct
    Posted 22-12-2013 21:16

  • says :
    i mean well presented article
    Posted 20-12-2013 01:53

  • says :
    well premted article
    Posted 20-12-2013 01:53

  • says :
    right. very much informative
    Posted 16-12-2013 20:56

  • says :
    Vote for clean energy
    Posted 25-07-2013 22:40

Rohan Kapur

  • Rohan Kapur says :
    They all are very basic, abundant, FREE amenities provided by the nature. Use them to full potential.
    Posted 22-06-2013 21:05

  • says :
    Correct. Clean energy is the future.
    Posted 18-06-2013 23:00

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