Green power … Green world

Human activity is overloading our atmosphere with carbon dioxide and other global warming emissions, which trap heat, steadily drive up the planet’s temperature, and create significant and harmful impacts on our health, our environment, and our climate. The air and water pollution emitted by coal and natural gas plants is linked to breathing problems, heart attacks, cancer and even neurological damage.

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To reduce the emissions instantly from generating electricity, instead of using fossil fuel like coal we can use green power. In this way, global warming emissions from electricity production could be reduced by approximately 81 percent by 2050. So what is green power? Basically, green power is electricity produced by renewable, more environmentally friendly sources. As more green power sources are developed, displacing conventional generation, the overall environmental impacts of electricity generation will be significantly reduced. Generating electricity from renewable energy rather than fossil fuels offers public health benefits and leading to less negative air, water, natural resource impacts. Typical technologies used to create green power are geothermal, biomass, low-impact hydropower solar, and wind.

Overall, green power is an efficient way to provide clean electricity to the world. Right now, there is few disadvantage that can be fixed by all of use. Each and every one can make a difference. Nowadays, more than 32,500 organizations around Australia purchase accredited GreenPower. That number is growing bigger every day, using green power to have a better future, not only for you, it is for the earth, our home.

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