Energy development

To Drill or Not to Drill

I agree with the development of alternative sources of energy such as solar power and clean coal. Alternative energy source is defined as any energy source that will replace oil and coal. These sources include solar power, windmills, natural gas, and nuclear energy. These alternatives alone will not help save our planet. However, the potential […]

Going Green Sc Johnson

During the past five years, our company tried to re-establish its ecological and environmental vision and develop new strategies to meet its sustainable development goals. The word “green” became the distinctive feature of the company’s lifelong success. However, many companies fail to update their strategies or cannot objectively evaluate the meaning and significance of “green” […]

Development Communication

By the year 2010 Nigeria will be 50 years old as an independent nation. Compared to other countries that are within the same age bracket, same high population, but with far less per capita income, it is clear that we have not made the type of development politically and economically our founding fathers had hoped […]

Week Three Individual Assignment

Chapter 11 Case in Point: The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge The type of energy source in this case in point is oil. The impact on drilling in this area would be detrimental to the protected environment, animal life, and organisms that live there. This area has been protected due to the distinct wildlife that lives […]

Vestas Expansion Into Small Wind Turbine Industry

With Vestas feeling the heat from the recent financial crisis, together with the effects from the increasingly competitive industry, the company had reached a corporate strategic crossroad, whereby in order to anchor Vestas’ global leadership position, new expansion opportunities and alternate revenue streams would have to be adopted to mitigate and spread risks brought about […]

Yes to Hydraulic Fracturing

In 1947, the Stanolind Oil Company in Kansas first introduced hydraulic fracturing, more commonly known today as “hydrofracking” or simply “fracking. ” It is a process of obtaining natural gas from a mixture of large amounts of water and small amounts of sand and chemicals that are pumped into a drilled gas well under very […]

Global Energy Crisis: Then and Now

The world today faces an energy crisis. The world is dependent on certain natural resources like oil and natural gas that are quickly depleting. These resources are being imported from countries that have the ability to set higher prices due to demand (Nef 1977). Because of this, the world faces a great recession, and like […]

Renewable sources of Energy

The potential of renewable energy sources is enormous as they can in principle meet many times the world’s energy demand. Renewable energy sources such as biomass, wind, solar, hydropower, and geothermal can provide sustainable energy services, based on the use of routinely available, indigenous resources. A transition to renewables-based energy systems is looking increasingly likely […]

How Easier For Humans To Create

How does new technology make it easier for humans to create a lifestyle that sustains the environment? 3,000 years ago, human beings discovered coal and began to burn it in order to get heat and energy, which contributed to people’s lives a lot. However, it brought kinds of problems to the environment. During the process […]

Hydraulic Fracking

Abstract As concern grows over the environmental impact of hydraulic fracturing, implementing policy that protects people and their environment from these potential dangers becomes an essential piece of the renewable energy picture. Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, is the technique of extracting oil and natural gas trapped under ground by injecting a mixture of water, sand, […]

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