Energy

Modern life is energy-heavy. Not all energy sources are clean and infinite: nuclear-generated electricity is high risk and coal re­leases harm­ful CO2 emissions. Petroleum will soon run out.

There are eco-friendly and infinite energy sources: water, wind, sun and geo­thermal energy are always available – we only have to use them while continuing to exert pressure to end the nuclear age.

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