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Earth Day in the Lovely Town of Delta Brought to you by Operation Green
Runoff In addition to pollution, Delta’s current water drainage system does not allow water to naturally infiltrate the ground. As a result, the water in the streams is warmer and lower than it should be in the summer.
Invasive Species in Delta English Ivy
Himalayan Blackberry Holly Scotch Broom Policeman’s Helmet
Why Conserve Energy?
Power Consumption in BC Electricity on BC comes from… – Hydro Dams (86%) – Natural Gas-Fueled Thermal Plants (Backup for when Hydro Dams can’t produce enough) – Run-of River Generators – And others
Why Conserve Energy? Our population in growing, and demand will soon be greater than supply All forms of energy production have an environmental impact
Burns Bog Development Proposal The Burns Bog is a beautiful ecosystem that is home to many creatures. Developing on the Bog will dry out the peat moss and release tonnes of methane and pollution.
What can you do?
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Generating Knowledge How Energy Usage Impacts us Locally and Globally.
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Topic: Fossil Fuels PSSA: A / S8.D.1.1. Objective: TLW compare the three types of fossil fuels. TLW identify problems associated with the use of.
Geothermal Technologies Systems: Direct-use: A drilled well into a geothermal reservoir to provide a steady stream of hot water. Deep reservoirs to.
Energy. oil and natural gas supply 62% all energy consumed worldwide how to transition to new sources? use until mc of further use exceeds mc of.
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Review Fossil Fuel is a non renewable energy resource that is formed from the remains of plants and animals that lived long ago. Example of fossil fuels.
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Fossil Fuels J2a Tina. What are fossil fuels? Fossil fuels are natural substances made deep within the Earth from the remains of ancient plants or animals.
By: D. W., S. R., R. K., and F. B.. Nonrenewable Chemical energy Electrical energy Mechanical Energy Fossil fuels (coal, oil, natural gas, and uranium)
Renewable energy resources are the sources that can be replaced / generated at the same rate that they are being utilised.
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