Author: Quentin Mould

Politics and Global Warming

Politics and Global Warming

Do you feel the effects of global warming? Because of political agendas surrounding the issue, many do not see the scale of how global warming has affected the world. Some people would ask,

“Scientists can’t even predict the right weather tomorrow, how will they predict the climate shift 10 years from today?”

It is really tricky to argue when you start the day sunny and get captured in a downpour a few hours later. But even if there’s a political agenda and scientists cannot agree, why can we not embrace a lifestyle that will not harm the entire world? Why do we to rely on foreign countries for oil? Why can we not acquire thoroughly clean, renewable energy for our homes and cars and continue to depend on large oil and utility companies?

Oil, fuel, coal, gas and power would be the most frequent types of fuel we use in our homes and power our automobiles.

The fee for electricity has skyrocketed within the last two years and certainly will continue to rise.

On top of the skyrocketing prices these tools crank out, majority produce a huge amount of greenhouse gases, which come from non-renewable resources. The issue is, even should we can conserve natural resources, why are we looking not looking at technology for attracting alternative energy like wind, solar energy, and energy to the masses? Exactly why do we concern ourselves or becoming hung upon whether someone comes with a political agenda?  One sad example is a case in North Carolina where solar panels were to be installed in a church as part of a strømtest. The was to gain approval for third parties to step in and sell electricity to non-profit consumers, however, regulators rejected the idea due to the electricity monopoly law.

In the future, we’ll need to concentrate on making making use of technology that will allow us to be self-sufficient. This means delivering affordable energy to people’s homes.

Let us search for ways to save not just money but our planet!

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