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Sustainable development is a broad concept that refers to meeting the needs of people without hurting the environment. The concept covers meeting economic, environmental and social needs of everyone without hurting anyone or anything in the process.So, Are you part of the problem or part of the solution?
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For environmental purposes sustainable development with mining allows workers to excavate raw materials from the mines around the world in a responsible manner. In the past mining was more dangerous than it is today. It is still a dangerous profession, though much safer than before the days of sustainable development with mining practices. The process […]

What is a renewable energy resource and how does it fit into the future of the planet? A renewable energy resource is a natural form of energy that is used to produce power that is transformed into electricity for homes and businesses. It is a source of energy that does not run out. As the […]

Vice President Al Gore was defeated in the 2000 election but his passion for humankind was not defeated, Gore turned his direction towards saving the planet from the dire effects of global warming. Al Gore global warming crusader presents the truths and debunks the myths about global warming and climatic change. Al Gore, global warming […]

When it comes to PC recycling there are three basic principles: recycle, reduce, and reuse. PCs are becoming smaller than ever before. The new designs are sleeker, smaller, and much more advanced than anything we’ve seen in the past and many people are itching to try out the latest PC offering. This creates a new […]

Small solar power kits are popping up all over the place. These self-contained systems can provide anyone with the ability to harness the power of the sun for their own personal electrical use. The capacity of this type of system and its efficiency will depend a lot on geographical location for use and the individual […]

The recycling symbol is a universal symbol that provides the message to consumers that a particular package or item is one that can be recycled. As we are becoming more aware of limited resources, overloaded landfills, and global warming we are beginning to make efforts to control our own individual impact on the environment. The […]

As wind power becomes more of a major player on the worldwide energy scene, interest in this alternative source is growing. Understanding the advantages and disadvantages of wind energy can help shed some light on why this power choice is taking off. It can also help explain why its use isn’t quite as prevalent as […]

Alternative energy is defined as energy that comes from a natural source and is renewable or naturally occurring. Alternative energy typically does not produce pollution and comes from such sources as the sun, wind, and water. There have been many recent innovations to alternative energy as a result of expanding alternative energy technologies. Alternative energy […]

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With the rising use of wind energy, we are beginning to see the rise of the wind power plant. A wind power plant, or a wind farm, is a cluster of wind turbines used to generate electricity over a large area. Wind energy generation is growing increasingly important as public awareness of environmental issues grows […]

The rising costs of energy production and the increased public awareness of environmental issues is leaving a wide gap in the alternative energy industry. Over the last decade, the demand for alternative and clean energy sources has paved the way for the steady development of wind energy. Today, nations have developed wind energy policies that […]

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