Don’t you think you should want to know about other forms of renewable energy, even though it is not your field or a source of income for you? Are you okay with the negative impact oil production is having on our environment? Because you don’t live in areas that the pollution is very visible does not mean you are not being impacted. Do you realize that the water you are currently drinking has passed through areas like the Athabasca River in Alberta, Canada where fish deformity is being observed because of oil pollution? As a result of the water cycle phenomenon, the water mass on earth is constant and continuously recycled. All people on earth use the same water in its different forms. Therefore, if the people and animals of Athabasca are suffering from water pollution, so are YOU. It may or may not have manifested yet.
Max Paris . (2013, April 03). Fish deformities linked to oil pollution in U.S. and Alberta:Alberta scientist calls for research on fish malformations in Lower Athabasca River. Retrieved October 25, 2013, from CBC News: http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/fish-deformities-linked-to-oil-pollution-in-u-s-and-alberta-1.1362381
For information attend Eco Rendezvous:
Eco Rendezvous is an informal forum created primarily to educate the public on available environmental/energy solutions in an environment conducive to learning and receptive to the public. In addition small to medium-size businesses in the sustainability sector are connected with potential clients (Residents or businesses), which ultimately leads to sustainable business development in the environmental industry. The current topic of discussion is renewable energy with a focus on geothermal, hydro-power and hydrogen fuel cell.
Next Eco Rendezvous: November 21, 2013 at 10 at Joshua Creek Heritage Art Center, 1086 Burnhamthorpe Road East, Oakville, Ontario Canada L6H 7B2. More information and to register click here or https://environbuzz.com-events/2013/11/eco-rendezvous-wind-energy-and-hydrogen-fuel-cell/
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