Wednesday, May 4, 2011


I want the outcome of my project to be great. Also I want it to inspire people to be green and to save the earth and to be in the political argument of our future energy sources. Many people are not into this kind of stuff because they are scared of politics. I want people to know about the argument that is going on with our countries leaders about ways to find or enforce the use of renewable resources. This is a great topic because it really can affect our future generations if we don't solve this problem and take small steps to bring a greater outcome.

Monday, April 11, 2011

New Research (not really new though )

1.The United States didn't sign or ratify the Kyoto Protocol because it would hurt their economy.

2.Many countries have not kept up to the Kyoto Protocol expectations.

3.Japan suggests nuclear energy even though its unstable and its affecting their economy.


Work Cited

Thursday, April 7, 2011



Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Is Our Energy Going to Last?

Energy is a very important part of our life, but it is now becoming a major problem.

We may not know it, but our supply of fossil fuels, which are petroleum, coal, and natural gas, is running out. And we use so much of it everyday, we release so much carbon dioxide. And all that carbon dioxide is harming our atmosphere, and causing global warming. The events of 2012 (the movie) might happen to us, but not until a couple more hundreds or thousands of years.

This problem was somewhat fixed with the Kyoto Protocol. The Kyoto Protocol was a protocol called by the United Nations Frame Convention for Climate Change (UNFCCC) to lower carbon emissions. Almost all countries signed it, except the United States of America. Almost nobody has stayed committed to the Kyoto protocol, only eastern parts of the European Union.

I chose this topic because seeing that we are in the brink of global warming because all the burning of our fossil fuels. Also people lack energy, so it is important since now a days, many people depend on electricity.