THE USE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY Renewable sources are inexhaustible energy sources that pollute little or not at all. These energies can be derived from water (hydropower), from the ground (geothermal), wind (wind) and sun (solar). These energies should eventually replace those non-renewable sources, such as oil, gasoline and coal.
The Kyoto Protocol The Kyoto Protocol has the commitment to reduce, for the period 2008-2012, the totalemissions of greenhouse gases by at least 5% below 1990 levels. The percentage of reduction isdifferent from country to country: for Italy is 6.5%.
The creation of national parksAbout 18% of European territory is covered by national parks, which consist of areas that include land and marine ecosystems.these reserveshelp topreserve thebiodiversity.
What is the biodiversity ???Biodiversity is the totality of biological diversity and native species, ie characteristics of a given place.
Disposal of waste: Biodegradable waste, such as paper, glass, Aluminum and plastic, can be recycled to produce new items avoiding the waste of raw materials