Coal and Fossil Fuels Essay

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    There are both pros and cons to fossil fuel, some advantages of fossil fuel are its cheaper and more reliable and the income from the sales help the countries encomony. Cons of fossil fuel is that pollution from the fuel can be the cause of global warming and fossil fuel is a non-renewable. Nuclear energy is the energy released during nuclear fission used to generate electricity. There are both pors…

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    in contributing to the release of harmful chemical toxins and emittance of Green House Gasses. Sources may include personal vehicles, industrial waste, improper waste disposal, livestock, etc.. Utah’s excessive consumption of fossil fuel powered energy, i.e., cars and coal powered electricity, leads to the release of high amounts of CO2 emissions into the atmosphere and fine PM 2.5 particles being released and trapped…

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    Greenhouse Gas Pollution

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    Also transporting fossil fuels is relatively easy, with pipes, planes, and automobiles we can get these fuels wherever and whenever they are needed. In addition, yes these fuels are cheap, reliable, and easy to acquire, but they are constantly polluting our environment. The United States is the world’s second highest greenhouse gas emitting country…

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    Million of trucks, diesel buses, burning fossil fuels such as coal, oil, gasoline and diesel fuel, they all produces a number of air pollutants. Moreover, illegal coal industries and unqualified fueling gear, raise dust and kitchen fume, they all contributed to air pollution in China, in other countries. So is it leaving high pollution areas extremely the only method to limit the risks of an asthma attack? I can tell the answer. Yes, it does. After moving to America, I don’t have to use asthma…

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    Wind energy should be used instead of fossil fuels. The demand for wind energy is increasing so the number of wind turbines needs to increase to keep up with the global demand. Wind energy costs are lower than the cost of fossil fuels. There are several reasons to choose wind energy over fossil fuels. There are many types of renewable energy sources, but wind energy is the energy resource of the future. The demand for wind energy is increasing, so this means that the number of wind turbines…

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    our everyday necessities. Although there are good advantages to using nuclear energy, there are also many negative effects of using these power plants as well , enough to persuade myself and many others to accept the pollution caused by burning fossil fuels and how rapidly we are…

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    necessity for us. Whereas due to certain factors humans have to find out alternative sources. Fossil fuel resource in our world is decreasing exponentially. In addition, there are financial and environmental problems related. We need to develop alternative energy or fuel resources. First of all, finding alternative sources of energy or fuel helps in financial stability. There was a gradual increase in fuel price in the past years. In all the main regions of the world, there are temporary…

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    consideration by every country around the world, and China is not an exception. As we all know that China has faced severe problems of fossil energy shortage and environmental pollution for many years, which unable to serve the needs of the rapid development of the economy. For many reasons,…

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    possible solution of burying it deep underground or beneath the ocean. The burning of fossil fuels poses a great threat to rising sea levels, stronger storms, and agricultural disruptions. Most importantly the global temperature level rising. Humans are in risk with carbon dioxide being emitted to the atmosphere daily. There is no simple solution to removing carbon dioxide entering the atmosphere. Fossil fuels are one of the most essential source to power our daily needs. Although, renewable…

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    CO2 Emission Analysis

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    an option of not exceeding the compulsory emission caps (Huber & Morthorst’s thesis, 2013). However, according to the model the fossil price is not statistically significant. The variation of the prices may be as a result of the government regulatory distortions. In conclusion, having considered the relationship that exists between CO2 emission, the price of fossil fuel energy and green energy, the emission of C02 has become an indicator to boost or accelerate the adoption and the use of…

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