Submitted by HSGCKaterine on Mon, 06/02/2008 - 13:38
My question is about wind so my conclusion is that:wind is the most cleanest,most sustainable ways to generate electricity. Wind electricity come from renewable resources this means that wind is never gone. Wind electricity is very useful. So we have to keep the air clean.
Submitted by HSGCRakeem on Mon, 06/02/2008 - 13:37
Windmills are expensive and noisy. It runes on wind which is a renewable source of energy. windmills are sustainable. and is a great way to make electricity rather then burning coal which is bad for the earth because the gases released contribute.
for my final project one conclusion i believe to be true about the question, What are ways to use less gasoline? Is that we can use other resources that is less harmful to the environment and it is a natural resource.
Submitted by HSGCShaquille on Mon, 06/02/2008 - 13:35
One conclusion that I believe to be true for my final project question which is why are farmers growing corn instead of wheat and what does this have to do with renewable energy and sustainability? is that I think that farmers are now growing corn more than wheat now because corn just like many other crops are now very hard to grow because of all the diseases and toxins in the earth but they are also a good crop to grow because they are probably easy to grow in good soil.
Submitted by HSGCShabede on Fri, 05/30/2008 - 14:03
The question that I picked was oil and gas prices have gone up a lot recently. What are ways to use less gasoline? I chose this question because this problem is affecting everyone. Many people are not traveling as much because the prices are going up.
Submitted by HSGCLucius on Fri, 05/30/2008 - 14:02
The two questions are, how can I build a house that saves the most energy? and what are photovoltaic solar cells and how can they help sustainability? I chose these two questions because those seemed like the most interesting ones, and the second question looked very challenging. I found out that you can use solar power houses to save a lot of energy.
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