Energy for Science Interactive Notebooks and Journals - Topics include Potential and Kinetic Energy, Energy Transformations, Energy Types, Advantages and Disadvantages of Energy, Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy and more
Fossil fuels currently drive around 90% of energy production levels. Latest figures suggest that our most plentiful resource, coal, has a maximum lifespan of 250 years, with oil and natural gas falling much shorter. This infographic outlines how a dependence on fossil fuels is putting the long term future of our planet in jeopardy.
Here's a terrific web site from The Children's University of Manchester called Energy and the Environment. Includes information on energy, how we make electricity, renewable and non-renewable energy, and much more.
Renewable Energy, forms and types of renewable energy #renewable http://energy.remmont.com/renewable-energy-forms-and-types-of-renewable-energy-renewable-2/ #renewable # Renewable Energy There are many forms of renewable energy. Most of these renewable energies depend in one way or another on sunlight. Wind and hydroelectric power are the […]
INFO SHEET - Non-renewable energy sources – Non-renewable energy sources cannot be replaced. They include fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) that were formed from animals and plants that lived hundreds of millions of years ago.