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Increasing global energy demands have ensured that driving down the cost of producing electricity has become an imperative. Coupled with a strong push to combat climate change, worldwide people have turned to renewable energy as the solution to the current energy challenges that the world faces. But, are renewable energy solutions a realistic and affordable alternative to traditional energy supplies?
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In a recent announcement by Futuregrowth Asset Management, the company revealed that it would be suspending funding to South Africa’s coal industry until it develops environmentally sustainable methods of operating. This coupled with the continuation of escalating construction costs of the Medupi and Kusile coal-fired plants, which are between five and ten years behind schedule, brings to the fore the need to concentrate on the provision of clean green energy rather than traditional ‘dirty’ energy options.
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The sun emits radiation that travels to the earth. This radiation we call solar energy. The solar energy is transmitted as electromagnetic radiation of various wavelengths. Before the solar energy reaches the earth it has to travel through the earth’s atmosphere. During this time the energy transmitted is reduced by, for example, absorption, scattering and reflection mechanisms due to the content of the earth’s atmosphere, pollution, cloud cover, etc.
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According to Paschal Phelan, solar power is an internationally hot topic at the moment with Tesla’s takeover of Solar City, Perth leading a trial to let people with solar panels sell excess energy to each other, and the Havas Horizons study showing that solar power ranks as the most promising investment in Africa. South Africa has had its own success story with Solar Capital opening the largest solar farm in the Southern Hemisphere, Africa and the Middle East earlier this year.
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The ozone layer is part of the Earth's atmosphere that contains ozone - a naturally occurring molecule containing three oxygen atoms. Not only does the ozone layer protect our planet from the Sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation that bombards the planet on a daily basis, but through the absorption of this radiation it helps to warm our stratosphere - ultimately supporting and sustaining life on our planet.
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The sad and humble mattresses have become the most commonly dumped items. There are about 1.25 million mattresses sent to landfill each year in Sydney alone, and audits of Council’s Cleanup service identify them as one of the most popular rubbish collection items. The average mattress in a landfill takes up to 0.75 cubic meters of space and contains 12.5 kg of steel, 2 kg of wood and 1.5 kg of foam.
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"If you wonder whether or not someone is too good for you, I'd advise going through their trash. No one looks superior after that", is quoted by Ally Carter, the famous novelist; but we advise, why give anyone a chance to have a glance! Get a professional help to clean up your mess in the most efficient way. However, ignoring the jocular satire in the previous sentence, acquiring professional rubbish collectors help with your rubbish amassing ordeal proves extremely useful and eases the cumbersome task.
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The water we use and drink has natural minerals and substances in it. Minerals like sodium, calcium, magnesium, chloride, arsenic and fluoride are just few. We consume these minerals as we use and drink water. Some of these minerals are good for our body and our body needed them for nourishment.
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There are several reasons why we need water filters in our drinking water. There are a lot of harmful elements that are present in our water. Please read this article to understand what is in your water and why a Water Filter or filtered water is essential.
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There was a CMFRI (Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute of India) report that Global Warming affects fish production. Co2 emissions are more. The Carbon Dioxide combines with ocean water and forms Carbolic Acid. This increases the acidity levels of the ocean water and affects fish.
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