Renewable Energy & Nonrewable

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Renewable Energy Vs. Non-Renewable
Disley Perera
HUM/111
March 30th, 2013
Pamela Harris

Abstract

For my research on renewable energy and nonrenewable energy I gathered several pros and cons. I have described them, and the reasons as to why I believe both sources have important facts of why and why not we should continue the use of these. My thoughts on renewable energy of course is more determined for the fact that it is based of natural energy unlike nonrenewable that is based on fossil, coal, and chemicals that can eventually contribute to global warming in our world. Nonrenewable energy also provides us with benefits for one that is more economic rather than solar energy. On my essay I have also included other sources of ideas that has contribute to my thoughts and opinions on both energy sources and my own personal solution on how if we were to unite both renewable and nonrenewable together we might even find a greater and beneficial solution to this chaos.

Renewable Energy Vs. Non-Renewable

Based on my research on whether to oppose or promote “Renewable Energy”, it has been proven that renewable energy is beneficial not only to the environment but also to our health as well. Renewable energy consists of seven specific forms: bio-mass, geothermal, hydrogen, hydropower, ocean, solar, and wind energy. (Mingyuan, 03-J) These are all natural forms continually replenish from the earth and don’t affect our health and are an unlimited amount of source unlike from fossil-based energy that is finite.

Fossil-based energy does not only affect our health because of the carbon dioxide that is spread out to the atmosphere but also it affects our world and increases the chance of global warming. If this non-renewable energy was to become scarcer not only will we be in a severe drought concerning fuel and energy, but also will cause a huge amount of other...
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