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Greenpeace Australia and renewable energy

Posted by admin on February 27, 2009

Greenpeace Australia and renewable energy

In Australia, Greenpeace activists are working hard to convince the government not to continue to use coal for power production, but to try all alternative power technologies such as solar, geothermal and sun power.

Lately, the Australian published the updated Renewable Energy Industry Development Program which is the major plan for the continent. Unfortunately, the power production plans id to keep on with the polluted solutions. This is the point where the public pressure can help and make the change.

The need of renewable energy sources is one of the main issues for all green activists because it’s taking part in many ecologic issues. First of all is the great CO2 pollution caused from the coal burn. Second is the nature sources such as coal, oil and gas which are vanished. Third id of course the need to recycle the energy we are using and to know how to use the sun light, wind power and seas to produce energy. Australia has all these sources, just need to decide to use them

(Pic, AFT)

This picture is saying it all; the Greenpeace activists are flying above the power station in New South Wales trying to say something very clear – save the planet. Saving the climate is most about the global warming which is caused from the coal energy

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