What is clear distinction between renewable and renewable resources?
Treating Renewable (Or Non Renewable) Resources As Capital
Length: 7 pages (1925 Words)
Treating Renewable (or Non-Renewable) Resources as Capital
Renewable energy refers to those energy sources and technologies that are non- depletable (Goldemberg 3). These resources include solar energy, falling water, the wind, biomass or plant materials and geothermal. The use of renewable sources is meant to reduce the reliance on non-renewable sources that have led to pollution and adverse climatic effects. The benefits attributed to the use of renewable energy resources have resulted to the enactment of policies that push for the transition to renewable sources of energy as compared to non-renewable sources. Research has been conducted to support the transition to the use of renewables. The essay focuses on providing a clear distinction between renewable and non- renewable energy resources, debating over the use of renewable energy and also arguing for the use of such power as capital.
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