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Why the globe should go green

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In the face of increasing global warming issues and a climate that is being seriously impacted by human behaviour, it is important that we all do what we can to improve the state of the environment.

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Why the globe should go green

  1. 1. www.worldweatheronline.com Why the globe should go green
  2. 2. www.worldweatheronline.com In the face of increasing global warming issues and a climate that is being seriously impacted by human behaviour, it is important that we all do what we can to improve the state of the environment. Wondering what renewable options you can switch to in order to improve your carbon footprint and lessen the impact of global warming? Consider the following… What’s this about?
  3. 3. www.worldweatheronline.com Wind Wind energy is, today, one of the most prominent sources of green energy. Growing rapidly in popularity there are now a number of wind farms around the world as this becomes a highly viable source of powering homes.
  4. 4. www.worldweatheronline.com Solar Solar energy has been a popular choice for many and solar panels have been a prevalent way of generating electricity for a number of years. From solar plants to homes with their own panels, in countries with warmer climates in particular this has been a prominent source of energy.
  5. 5. www.worldweatheronline.com Hydro Generated through the movement of water through turbines, hydro energy is a fantastic source of renewable energy.
  6. 6. www.worldweatheronline.com Biofuels Made from harvested plants, there are currently three types of biofuel: ethanol, biodiesel and biojet fuel. Although many argue that this form of energy is not quite as green as it should be, technically it is still classed as a renewable source.
  7. 7. www.worldweatheronline.com To find out more about why not read the whole article, click the link below: Why the globe should go green

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