Fossil fuel is non-renewable energy, that means it will run out a day in future no matter how much it is under our earth’s crust. But nowadays we still heavily rely on fossil fuel as our major energy source. We use fossil fuel ( petrol, natural gas, coal ) to generate energy, for transportation and making many daily-use product ( plastic bag, nylon, PVC and etc. ). Can you imagine what will happen when the fossil fuel is exhausted?
Having your own home business offering something people need and want will prepare you for a possible loss of employment. The unemployment rate is going to go way up. In some European countries there is now 30 and 40% unemployment. In the U.S. 9% unemployment is already causing a lot of pain and discomfort for a lot of people. Imagine 40% unemployment. Do not think because it has not happened in your life time that it cannot happen.
The salt deposits are a naturally occurring formation below the Earth’s surface. The deposits are located only in certain areas throughout the world. These deposits are also where the world gets its potash; a key ingredient in fertilizer. The salt deposits are found in two forms: salt beds, or salt domes. Salt beds are more prominent and consist of a thinner layer of salt. They are usually not as dense as a salt dome nor as deep, for these reasons salt beds are less popular than salt domes for salt cavern construction. Salt domes are more sought after for they are much thicker and extremely deep, sometimes to 25ft high by a half mile wide, or more.
If we are to look at the world’s consumption on oil based products you can clearly see that it rises each day. One clear example for this is the traffic we see on our roads. And the production and reserves for this does not really grow in an instant. If we really have to seek a power supplier source it should be the one that comes from a natural flowing stream of energy. And there’s nothing more available energy in the world than green energy.
The sun warming areas of the planet differently causes air masses to move as wind. And it’s the sun’s energy that evaporates the water that eventually falls as rain the fill the rivers and streams from which we harness hydropower.
The same principles that apply to living off grid can also be used for any house, even if it’s still connected to the grid. You can use windmills, hydropower or solar panels if you want to get your energy at least partially from renewable energy, while getting rid of energy provided by power plants.
When washing your clothes, opt for the cold water setting. This simple action can save up to 80% of the energy used to wash laundry. As if this isn’t compelling enough, consider going one step further: by air drying your clothes, you are reducing your household’s carbon footprint by an almost inconceivable 2,400 pounds each year.