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Jet

This is why you shouldn't use much electricity.
by

K Randall

on 10 October 2012

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Transcript of Jet

electricity The environmental problem is that some people use nuclear power and fossil fuels. It is a problem because nuclear
power produces harmful waste
and can be very dangerous if
accidents happen. Fossil fuels
can cause pollution and will
run out in the future. The problem started
by people burning
fossil fuels and creating
nuclear power plants
that create nuclear power. The problem is
all around the world. People not using as much
electricity and using solar
power, river power, wind power
and lots of other types of
electricity that are environmentally friendly. Everyone that uses electricity needs to be told. People that can build solar panels,
windmills river power stations and other
things that create electricity that are
environmentally friendly. People that can build solar panels,
windmills, river power stations and People that can build solar panels, windmills, river power stations and other things that create electricity that are environmentally friendly. We could help by using solar power, windmills, river power, and lots of other things. The problem is
all around the world.
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