As people’s awareness of climate change grows, so does their interest in green energy. It may seem that you as an individual cannot affect the use of fossil fuels and the buildup of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. But there are actually a lot of small things you can do. Multiply your efforts by thousands of other people doing the same, and it can really make a difference. Here are some tips on what you can do.
The Salene cable car offers a scintillating ride with some spectacular view of Mt. Blanc and Lake Geneva. It is a popular attraction with tourists. There are a number of parks and gardens offering some beautiful sights of the city. A stroll along the streets of the Old Town, with its narrow cobbled alleyways, gives a good opportunity to soak in the beauty of the place.
Tidal Power is unique because gravitational force, not radiant energy from the sun is its source. The only other energy sources currently available that don’t ultimate originate from the sun are battery power and nuclear power.
We are going to have to be sensible, hardheaded and pragmatic about the whole thing. There are a lot of technologies we can pursue. And we must focus on the most efficient and the most cost effective. We can scrutinize solar, wind, geothermal, not to mention advanced biofuels. And that’s just the short list.
The hydropower is the one we are eagerly waiting for. The reliability of fossil fuel for long is not dependable. The disappearance or the slow depletion of fossil fuel is a reality.
There are several dams in the United States where elaborate designs are in place. Here huge volumes of power are generated each day using these methods. It is a very time consuming and complex process though to turn water into energy. Since hydropower is so expensive it is not as widely used as it could be.
The Meryl Streep and Kevin Bacon thriller, “The River Wild” was made in 1994. Filming took place in several Montana locations, including the Kootenai River, Libby, the middle fork of the Flathead River, Kalispell and Glacier National Park.
Then Barbara had a thought. Why not take their plans into the country? With a larger property, situated near a stream or a river, on a few acres, they could add a cistern for water storage, handle a larger garden, more for the surplus, get more chickens and goats and even a few more bee hives. Cattle and pigs could be added.