Our world is a growing world and it is drastically improving as the years go by. There has been numerous advancements in technology, manufacturing, food and the list goes on. However, this advancement is a double-sided coin and as we continue to build better products we are breaking down an important factor in our community which is our environment and our resources. We cut at least 50 million acres of trees every year, with the projection that half of the remaining forest’s would be destroyed by
aluminum cans. One would not realize the impact that recycling in one country would affect another area across the world. The tropical rainforests are mined for materials that are used to make aluminum. Recycling is also believed to slow down global warming. Recycling plays a vital role in preserving environmental resources and preserving an Earth for future generations. Alternative energy sources is another solution to the use of fossil fuels and pollution.
he popularity of solar power seems undiminished even after decades of its discovery. It was what everybody was raving about in the 70's. The popular frenzy over solar power continued well into the 80's too. What is surprising to note is that solar power is still enjoying tremendous popularity even today. So what makes solar power such a 'hot' idea (no pun intended) even after all these years? The first, and clearly the most important reason, is economy. If you've ever wondered if there is such a
Preserving Our Environment Many people assume that the environment is in no danger. They believe that with advancing technology, we don't need to worry about renewing natural resources, recycling, and finding new ways to produce energy. They argue that one person in the world does not make a large difference. In actuality, each individual's contribution greatly affects our environment. Our natural resources are running low, and we must work together to save them and the Earth from ruin.
In the world today, we have found that we are using up a great deal of our energy resources such as oil and coal. It has also become evident that our alternate sources like natural gas are not suitable considering the safety hazards involved with them. With these ideas being considered, many people are opting to use renewable green energy resources. Green energy, although still controversial, is quickly becoming the new trend. Plus there are many options available to those who decide to go green
Persuasive Essay: Solar Energy is Superior! Did you ever think about where your drinking water comes from? The water that we drink was initially sea water that has undergone a scientific process called desalination. Desalination is a chemical process in which natural compounds are separated from water, making the water clean and drinkable. Traditionally, sea water is propelled through hydraulic pumps which create a flow to separate the water from the sea salt. Hydraulic pumps require certain chemicals
With a growing population around the world, the need for energy is growing as well. We are accustomed to using fossil fuels as our central source of energy for everyday uses. Fossil fuels are a natural matter that is found in the ground of the Earth formed in a previous time period millions of years ago that are nonrenewable and are used for energy today. Fossil fuels have to be burned in order to produce energy. When nonrenewable resources have been used, they cannot restock themselves or ever
population around the world, the need for more energy increases as well. We are accustomed to using fossil fuels as our central source of energy for everyday exploiting. Fossil fuels are a natural matter that is found in the ground of the Earth that is formed in a previous time period millions of years ago and are nonrenewable. Fossil fuels are burned in order to fabricate energy. When nonrenewable resources have been used, they cannot restock themselves or be used again. Renewable energy is a supply
utilize mostly non-renewable energy sources such as coal and gas to provide the necessary energy for the process to take place. Identification of problems The current method used to desalinate water is multi-stage desalination (thermal desalination), which requires a significant amount of energy. As research has shown, for every cubic meter of desalinated water, 1.3 kWh of electricity and 48.5 kWh of heat are consumed  which shows that more than 90% percent of the energy supplied is wasted as heat
Today we are honored to have you all; members, employees, clients and companies, to launch our product and advertise for it in the Saudi Arabia market. Just before getting started, I want to welcome special guests from Saudi Arabia; a dear country, who are participating in this gathering. It is not a surprise from business men who were born in a country that thrives for innovation and advancement, to cross the ocean and bare the fatigue of this long travel to be with us today. Thanks for your presence