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    EAST WEST UNIVERSITY GEN 203 IMPROVEMENT ASSIGNMENT “SUSTAINABLE ENERGY” Course No : GEN 203 Section No : 03 Student’s Name : MD.ASIF HOSSAIN

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    that everyone will have access to energy, and that the energy will be affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern. This is a very hefty goal to achieve, only made harder by the goal’s five targets. Targets are supposed to be measureable indicators of whether or not the goal can be achieved. I believe that targets 7.1 and 7.2 are not truly measureable until certain aspects of the target have been defined. Target 7.1 aims to ensure universal access to affordable energy. The reason that this cannot be

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    Renewable is Sustainable Soon, planet Earth will run out of the resource that once was thought to be reliable. Earth is in great danger of self destructing if there is no backup plan. This is where renewable resources come in. Renewable resources are abundant and do not damage the environment, so they are a sustainable method to produce energy. The options for renewable energy are solar, wind, hydro, biomass, and geothermal. Why should Earth abandon the systems that they have in place at the

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    potential to be a “sustainable energy superpower” due to the vast amount of resources it contains. It has a large landmass and diversified geography which can be used to produce renewable energy from such resources; watermill, wind, biomass, solar, geothermal, and ocean energy. Renewable energy is energy obtained from natural resources that are able to be naturally replenished within a human lifespan (Natural Resource Canada, 2014). Currently, fossil fuel burning is the major source of energy in Canada and

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    Sustainable Energy Population growth simply means an increase in the number of people that inhabit a county or a city. The current human population growth is something extraordinary in the world’s history. Human population growth is one of the biggest issue in our world today. World population increase by over 228,000 every 24 hours (Population Reference Bureau). The reason that it is becoming such a critical issue is because it has effects on the economic, environmental, and social aspects of

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    easier access to affordable, reliable and modern energy services becomes more common. It may be indicated by end user prices, the scale of electrification in areas, and the relative share of modern energy worldwide. As for target 7.2, a figure needs to be put on the target share of renewable energy to allow for measurement against a set standard. For 7.3, improvement in overall efficiency may be tracked using a production to usage ratio or by trends in energy intensities. In regard to targets 7.a and 7

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    Energy efficiency is a key step in reducing our impact on global climate change and creating a sustainable energy future. Electricity production is the number one source of greenhouse gases and the leading cause of industrial air pollution in the United States. Most of our electricity comes from coal, nuclear, and other non-renewable power plants. Producing energy from these types of sources takes a severe toll on the environment by polluting the air, land, and water supply. In order to stop polluting

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    head: A SUSTAINABLE ENERGY PROPOSAL 1 A Sustainable Energy Proposal Gwynedd Mercy University SCI 2000 From Telescope To Microscope Thomas R Becker A SUSTAINABLE ENERGY

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    Sustainable energy sources should be used over traditional energy sources such as oil, coal, and nuclear power because sustainable energy is safer for the environment. In an article on Ecology.com, the climate and energy campaign director for Greenpeace USA stated that “in the US, we must prioritize keeping coal, oil and gas in the ground while accelerating the transition to clean energy like wind and solar. Doing so would both create new jobs and ensure a healthier planet for future generations”

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    SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OFORI KOFI DICKSON – P16196652 MSc. ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT ENERGY IN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS Abstract This report discusses the role of energy in sustainable development goals. The report highlights on the target set by the United Nations and the time-frame given to achieve these targets. Some of the challenges hindering sustainable development especially in the poor sections of the population and measures needed to be taken have also been identified. It concludes

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