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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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Green power and Canada is an advocate for the development of alternative sources of electricity to prevent the effects of global warming. The forests that were once lush and green are now dying off from the infestation of the mountain pine beetle. Anywhere in the forests that you see evergreens that have turned red, you […]

As scientists, politicians and average Joe citizens explore the potential for alternative forms of energy that are greener and cheaper, there are already some viable options available. Wind power is one such possibility. Although there are some kinks that remain in its use, the benefits of wind energy production cannot be discounted. A movement toward […]

What does it mean to buy green power? When you buy green power, you are purchasing power made from a renewable source of energy; in other words fossil fuels are not used in the making of electricity. Most people buy green power in blocks of 150 Kilowatts. You then decide how many blocks you want […]

Freshwater ecology is the study of the environment of freshwater. This includes the plants, animals and the living conditions in freshwater. Understanding not only what lives in freshwater but how these ecosystems work together or interact with each other is increasingly important. The more people understand about freshwater ecology, the more they can work to […]

Due to the rising cost of gasoline and heating oils and the diminishing supply of fossil fuels as well as concern over our dependence on foreign oils many people are turning to biotechnology in alternative energy resources as a viable option for supplying fuel. Biomass is a result of biotechnology in alternative energy resources. Biomass […]

Green power and Canada is an advocate for the development of alternative sources of electricity to prevent the effects of global warming. The forests that were once lush and green are now dying off from the infestation of the mountain pine beetle. Anywhere in the forests that you see evergreens that have turned red, you […]

The recent increase in gas and oil prices has led many people to seek out energy alternatives to fossil fuels. Energy alternatives can be found in the form of solar power, wind power, geothermal power, hydro power, and wave power. Alternative energy is defined as energy that is renewable and is obtained from the sun, […]

Some environmentally conscious individuals may wonder how the process of paper recycling works. This material has many uses and it can be reused a number of times. Following is a brief outline of how the paper recycling process works. The consumer discards various paper products, sending them to the nearest recycling center. The waste is […]

Before the age of technical innovation sustainable development, the use of fossil fuels for many generations slowly over time caused havoc with the earth’s ecosystems. Now more than in times past we are having patterns of extreme weather changes. The earth is warming up; changes in the gulf stream causes winds to shift affecting the […]

Back during the energy crisis of the 1970s, solar power products were rather large, inefficient creations that really didn’t do a whole lot for spreading the popularity of this form of sustainable energy. Although the crisis came and went, the focus on solar development did not. In fact, thanks to decades’ worth of diligence in […]

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