Greenhouse gases such as methane and carbon dioxide absorb infrared radiation making it tougher for heat to escape from the Earth’s atmosphere
Waste disposal is both necessary and harmful and is one of the most expensive global problems. Today, waste is either land filled or incinerated, but land filling waste cause extreme problems for the environment and health. Like so many other things, landfills have a role in finding alternative forms of energy.
Providing electricity for the world’s population consumes quite a bit of energy. A lot of that energy is from coal and fossil fuels, things that will eventually be depleted on this Earth. Will it happen within your lifetime? Many people do not want to find out. Therefore, other forms of power have been investigated and are in fact in use all over the world with one of the most natural forms being that of wind power.
If you are fretting over your growing utility charges, then a solar water heater could possibly be the answer to your problems. These solar heating systems are a cost-efficient way to generate hot water for your home since the system is fueled by the sun. Unlike fossil fuels, sunshine energy is free, clean and there is an infinite supply. Read on to find why installing a solar hot water heater into your home can save you money and help the environment.
Earth Hour 2009 takes place, starting at 8.30 local time, on Saturday 28 March 2009. It will start at 8.30 pm in New Zealand and work it’s around the world, much the same as New Years Eve does.