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ENERGY. its cool.

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Start a carpool
Adjust thermostat
Laundry cautious
Turn off Lights/ unplug
Reduce
Reuse
Recycle
What Can We Do?
a chilling presentation
ENERGY. its cool.
anais
bolden
adrian
castaneda
elijah
garcia

victoria
gonzalez
inez
torres
Household Electricity
Group Breakdown:
Purchases
Group Breakdown:
The average automobile consumes 600 gallons of gasoline per year
Releases about 12,000 pounds of CO2 into atmosphere per year
Transportation
Group Breakdown:
Drinking Up Energy:
polar bear thanks you
have a n-ice day, and always remember the big picture
Anais: 175 mi, 30 gal
Adrian: 570 mi, 30 gal
Elijah: 448 mi, 22.4 gal
Victoria:119 mi, 18.7 gal
Inez: 280 mi, 10 gal
Total:
1592mi, 111.1 gal
Anais:
bananas. 86 kWh
cookies, 352 kWh
orange juice, 216 kWh
Adrian:
eggs, 104 kWh
Pepsi, 285 kWh
Takis, 200 kWh
Elijah:
rice bowl,111.11 kWh
box of plastic forks (500), 62.2 kWh
cotton tshirt, 13.05 kWh
Victoria:
water, 175 kWh
brownies, 2.0 kWh
strawberries, 249 kWh
Inez:
eggs, 104 kWh
spinach salad,250 kWh
Clif Bars,320 kWh


Anais

Adrian
Elijah
Victoria
Inez
Avg:
25.53 kWh
Total:
204.24 kWh
Avg Temp:
82°
Avg:
33.73 kWh
Total:
236.13 kWh
Avg Temp:
80°
Avg:
9.8 kWh
Total:
68.6 kWh
Avg Temp:
NA
Avg:
16.04 kWh
Total:
112.32 kWh
Avg Temp:
83°
Avg:
32.64 kWh
Total:
174.81kWh
Avg Temp:
74°
In 2012, the average family used approx. 10,837 kWh annually
or 903 kWh per month
or 225 kWh per week
Lighting is 40% of energy used in homes
Bottled water is one of the most common beverages in the world
16 oz. bottle takes 0.47 kWh to produce
In 2006, 17 million barrels of oil (or 28.3 billion kWh) were used for water bottling
The average American spends $151 on food per week.
$0.05 spent on food is one kWh of energy used in industries
Is conservation the
solution
?
It's only the tip of the iceberg, but it can help.
would save $money$
reusing aluminum or plastics uses 1/10th of the energy needed to make its original product
glass saves-30% paper saves -40% of energy to produce it again and half of the amount of water it usually takes and about 17 trees
Conserve/Short Term:
Change/Long Term:
Group
Avg:
159.22 kWh
Total:
761.10 kWh
So what's the best pathway to a sustainable energy future?
would reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 1,590lbs a yr.
would save $100 a yr, 2000lbs of carbon dioxide
would save gallons of water and energy; 90% of energy is used to heat water.
40% of electricity use
Works Cited
"Bottled Water and Energy Fact Sheet." pacinist.org.
Pacific Institute, Feb 2007. Web. 23 Jan 2014.
"Environmental Facts." rideshare.colosate.edu.
Colorado State University. Web. 23 Jan 2014.
"See the Math."
carbonrally.com.
Carbon Challenge,
Inc. Web. 22 Jan 2014.
"Sustainability."
worldcentric.org
. World Centric. Web.
25 Jan 2014.
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