TITLE

CHAPTER 1: REDUCE, REUSE, AND RENEW

AUTHOR(S)
Craddock, David
PUB. DATE
January 2008
SOURCE
Renewable Energy Made Easy: Free Energy from Solar, Wind, Hydrop;2008, p15
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter 1 of the book "Renewable Energy Made Easy: Free Energy from Solar, Wind, Hydropower and Other Alternative Energy Sources," by David Craddock is presented. It examines the rising prices of gasoline and gas products as well as the scarcity of gasoline and other fossil fuels. It outlines the impact and effects of emissions on health, the environment and climate and explores the advantage of maximizing the use of renewable energy sources.
ACCESSION #
48218751

 

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