Conserving energy is very important because there is a limited amount of nonrenewable energy sources available on earth such as coal, oil, and gas. If people do not conserve the nonrenewable resources we have now, there might not be any left for future generations. In addition, energy conservation is important because when nonrenewable energy sources are consumed this impacts the environment. The combustion of oil, gas, and coal in power stations produces carbon dioxide and contributes to global warming. The conservation of energy is important to the environment, future generations, every living organism, and human being on earth. The nonliving sources that contribute to energy conservation are sunlight, land, water, and precipitation. The usage of temperature and sunlight can be used for energy and lights instead of the nonrenewable resources that are being used now. Geothermal energy is generated from the earth and is a natural heat that can be used for electricity and space heaters. The way nonliving resources are sustained has a enormous impact on the living resources and their chance for survival. Many living sources need the land and water to live. Living factors that contribute or affect the problem of energy conservation are “herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and plants”. Herbivores are animals that eat plants and when energy consumption affects plants this lessens the chance of survival for herbivores. Carnivores eat other animals and if other animals are infected this lessens the carnivore’s chance for survival. Omnivores eat plants and animals and if plants and other animals die then omnivore’s chance for survival is slim. Therefore, the need for energy conservation is detrimental for the survival of animals, plants, humans, and the earth.
Humans can positively affect energy conservation by finding ways to conserve energy and by using renewable energy resources. One method a person could do to conserve energy is to use less electric by turning...
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