• Natural Resources
    , petroleum and natural gas. The thermal power stations use non-renewable fossil fuels for generating electricity. There are over 310 thermal power plants in India. Nuclear Energy: Nuclear or Atomic Energy is obtained by altering the structure of atoms. When such an alteration is made, much energy...
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  • Gas Alternatives
    is inevitably dependent on import of highly volatile fossil fuels. Thus, it is essential to tackle the energy crisis through judicious utilization of abundant the renewable energy resources, such as biomass energy, solar energy, wind energy and geothermal energy. Apart from augmenting the energy...
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  • Resource and Development
    RESOURCE & DEVELOPMENT Classification of Resources Basis of Classification Origin Exhaustibility Ownerhip Class Biotic Abiotic Renewable Non-renewable Individual Community National International Example Flora and fauna Minerals, Soil, Forest, Water, Wind Fossil Fuel, Metals Private land...
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  • Blah
    power. Thermal electricity is generated by using coal, petroleum and natural gas. The thermal power stations use non-renewable fossil fuels for generating electricity. There are over 310 thermal power plants in India. 60 CONTEMPORARY INDIA – II Rawat Bhata India: Distribution of Nuclear...
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  • Energy Crisi in Pakistan
    Energy Supply 2.2 Energy Consumption 3. Sources of Energy in Pakistan  3.1 Non-renewable resources (Fossil fuels) a). Petroleum products b). Natural Gas  c). Coal 3.2 Renewable Resources  a). Hydro power o Current Hydropower stations o Potential Hydropower stations 3.3 Alternative Energy...
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  • Acilities Management: Paths of Malaysia to Achieve Energy Sustainability
    will have to deal with in the medium to long term (Roy, 2001). The best way to meet the rising demand for energy is not to supply more, but is to save, monitor the use of energy and achieve energy efficiency. Having such awareness, government introduce the Fifth-Fuel Strategy (1999). Besides the...
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  • all subject
    in our domestic environment in order to reduce air pollution. We need to reduce, reuse and recycle, we need to judicious in the use of fossil fuels, and, we need to make drastic changes in our transport policies. For all of the above to succeed, we need education, co-operation, research and the proper funding in order to initiate policies which will lead to real change in our habits. Thank You. ...
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  • My Seminar
    as deforestation together with fossil fuels use are the major anthropogenic sources of carbon dioxide. This means agriculture itself is the major contributor to increasing methane and nitrous oxide concentrations in atmosphere Appropriate responses to climate change and also management of...
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  • MID concept
    concept is to make Mauritius a world model of sustainable development, particularly in the context of SIDS (Small Island Developing States). While the initial thrust was to minimize our dependency on fossil fuels through increased utilization of renewable energy and a more efficient use of energy in...
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  • Natural Envronment- Tyre Industry
    petroleum ( in case of synthetic rubber tyres) . Greenhouse emissions leading to global warming: The rise in emissions of green house gases like CO2 and methane due to defforestation , burning of fossil fuels , use of chloroflurocarbons ( CFCs) has triggered the issue of global warming. ( refer annexure...
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  • Essay
    , unable to support plant or animal life. By reducing fossil fuel emissions, the source of acid rain is eliminated. For instance, fluctuations in the fuel market can be overcome by using the electronic car such as hybrid car on trend nowadays. Use of hybrid cars offers lots of benefits to the owners...
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  • The Devastating Effects of Environmental Degradation
    the atmosphere or enter drainage system via run off and sewers. Other activities which lead to pollution include thermal power stations, burning of fossil fuels, exhaust fumes. All these emit harmful pollutants like sulphur dioxide, carbon monoxide, etc, that cause acid rain, global warming, and the...
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  • Project
    facilities are the newest and most modern of their kind in the world. The rotary kilns used for steam activation of coconut shell charcoal operate virtually without the use of fossil fuels and the steam is produced exclusively from the waste heat of the process. Utilizing this advanced technology...
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  • Pinninfarina
    , Optimizing the input energy requirements, Fuel and energy substitution, Energy audit instruments "The judicious and effective use of energy to maximize profits (minimize costs) and enhance competitive positions" (Cape Hart, Turner and Kennedy, Guide to Energy Management Fairmont press inc. 1997) "The...
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  • Carbon Trading
    more than is available for the use of all. That’s about the size of it. So any attempt to keep fossil fuels in the ground is going to have to tackle industrialised societies’ addiction to fossil fuels and the energy-profligate ways of living they have made possible. So the days of petrol-fuelled...
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  • Environmental Pollution
    natural causes for air pollution are wind erosion, pollen dispersal, evaporation of organic compound. c) The major cause for air pollution is emission of harmful gases and release of volatile organic compounds and particulates from industries and manufacturing activities. d) Burning of fossil fuels...
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  • About Kaakbay Partylist
    Aquino to craft an energy policy relying on renewables rather than depending heavily on dirty technologies such as coal and fossil fuel. Moreover, the country’s debt problem must be seriously addressed. A comprehensive debt audit starting with the illegitimate debts accumulated by the previous...
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  • energy crises
     “ENERGY CRISIS” CONTENT: INTRODUCTION: 2. Pakistan’s Energy Sector A: Energy Supply B: Energy Consumption C Sources of Energy in Pakistan 3 Non-renewable resources (Fossil fuels)       A: Petroleum products B: Natural Gas  C: Coal 4 Renewable Resources  a: Hydro...
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  • Syllabus
    region. It possesses rich reserves of minerals, fossil fuels and forests. LAND USE PATTERN IN INDIA The use of land is determined both by physical factors such as topography, climate, soil types as well as human factors such as population density, technological capability and culture and traditions...
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  • Seminar Paper
    city hall was designed in a non-air conditioned green environment. The city produces their Bio-ethanol plant, first of its kind in the country, which reduces the need of important fossil fuel. In way reduces their dependency on the use of foreign oil and gas.(Galing Pook video) The energy saving...
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