CHM1020L FIU Renewable Energy The Impacts Of Biofuels On The Economy

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CHM 1020L online Renewable Energy Paper The human race is very dependent on conventional energy sources. Our energy needs are increasing, but at the same time some of our conventional energy sources are running out. A ray of hope exists in the renewable energy sources. You are expected to do a literature search about this pressing issue and turn in a paper. The most frequent reason people do not do well on the paper is because they do not address all the questions asked or because they do not address them completely. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER I am not particular about the style you use for the paper. But I am particular about the fact that you must reference every statement you make if you are taking it from somewhere. I want you to use the ACS format to cite your references http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/CHEM/acsstyle.html CITE YOUR SOURCES. Plagiarism is not a good idea. Without references your paper is worth 0 points. Also please note that Wikipedia is not a great place to find valid scientific information. I am not setting a page limit or a word limit on the paper. Just make sure you cover all the topics and answer all the questions asked. Your paper must have an introduction. Your paper must read like an essay (headings are optional). If you choose to use a question answer format, you will receive a zero on the paper. Please do not use the numbering or bullet format in writing the whole paper, the use of paragraphs is more appropriate. It is fine to use it to make a point in a particular section but not in the whole paper. If you do persist in using numbering and bullet format, you will receive a zero on the paper. PAPER CONTENT Please ensure that your paper is cohesive in font and writing style. In your paper please address the following issues • What is energy and why do we need energy? • What are the sources of energy we rely upon now? Why has energy consumption increased in the recent years? • Give 5 examples of conventional sources of energy. Elucidate the origin, how they are harnessed, the advantages and disadvantages of each of these sources of energy. Also comment on what these sources of energy are primarily used for. • What are renewable fuels and why are they in the limelight? • Give 5 examples of renewable fuels and elucidate their origin, how they are harnessed, the advantages and disadvantages of each of these sources of energy. Also comment on what these sources of energy are primarily used for. • What is the outlook on energy for the human race? • After everything that happened in Japan after the earthquake earlier this year and the fact that we are seeing more earthquakes in the continental US, comment on the safety of nuclear energy. Take a stand whether you support nuclear energy and explain your stance. (We are interested in your opinion and not what any public figure thinks). • Finally explain what your personal outlook is on the whole energy debate. Support your arguments. PAPER SUBMISSION • • • • • • • • Include your name on each page of the paper. You might consider inserting a header with your name on it. Make sure your paper has page numbers. You might consider inserting a footer. If you forget to attach something to your paper (say the references), you must upload the whole paper again. Please check your paper before you upload it. Make sure you do not upload an incomplete paper. You will have to contact me to reset the paper for you. Please also note that if you upload the wrong or incomplete file my mistake, the time at which you upload the corrected file will count as the time of submission. I WILL NOT ACCEPT REPORTS VIA EMAIL. If you have a problem uploading your file, please contact FIU online for help with your settings. Inability to upload the file because of a glitch on your computer is not an acceptable explanation because you were asked to test the system previously. If you are having problems on your home computer, please use one of the campus computers. Late papers will have points deducted (20% per day). The instructions for uploading the paper are located in the Assignment dropbox tab. Choose the link for your paper in the assignment dropbox. Click on View/Complete It will take you to a menu Choose single file upload, enrolled student and fill in the rest of the details Browse and upload your file. Word processing program • • Your paper must be submitted in either Microsoft Word (with .doc extension or.docx) or as a rich text file (with a .rtf as the extension). If you use Microsoft Works, or some other word processing program, I will be unable to open the file unless it is in the .rtf format. If I cannot open the paper, it is going to be considered the same as not turning it in. If I am unable to open your paper, I will return it back to you by sending you an email or letting you know in person at the time of the on-campus labs. Provided you return the paper to me via email within 48 hours in the correct format, the time at which you made the original submission will stand as the time you turned your paper. Beyond the 48 hours, you will lose 20% of the net worth of the paper for each day the paper is late. This is the only situation where email submissions will be accepted. Other things to keep in mind • • • • Submit your paper in a font such as Times New Roman, Arial or Geneva. Please avoid using a script font or fancy fonts, which typically do not survive the uploading process. They end up looking like a foreign script that I am unable to read and by extension unable to grade. You are welcome to include tables or pictures in the body of your paper and refer to them in your text. We will not open e-mailed additions to the paper. CITE YOUR SOURCES. Plagiarism is not a good idea. You can be prosecuted for academic misconduct. Please see the following link for the correct way to reference your sources http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/CHEM/acsstyle.html Please do not copy and paste sentences directly from websites. This is considered plagiarism. You can rewrite the sentence in your own words and then cite the website under references.
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Renewable Energy
Abstract
Energy is essential to life as well as all living organisms, and is also very important in the
present-day world. The environment provides a set of renewable and non-renewable sources of
energy such as natural gas, biofuels, geothermal, hydropower, wind, solar, uranium, petroleum,
coal, as well as natural gas. In this report, various sources of non-renewable as well as nonrenewable energy sources were examined and their advantages and disadvantages give. An
outlook of energy for human race was also given, and nuclear energy examined. Lastly, a
personal outlook on the whole energy debate was provided.

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Introduction
Energy is essential to life as well as all living organisms. Energy is also very important in
the present-day world. For instance, humans use various sources of energy to generate the
electricity used in homes, schools, businesses, as well as industries. Electricity powers our
electronics, and we also use energy to run buses, trains, planes, cases, and so forth. Energy is a
basic human need, and lack of access to energy supplies is a constriction to human as well as
economic development. As it is, the environment provides a set of renewable and non-renewable
sources of energy such as natural gas, biofuels, geothermal, hydropower, wind, solar, uranium,
petroleum, coal, as well as natural gas. Increased and uncontrolled use of fossil energy without
measures to curb the emissions of greenhouse gasses poses the risk of climate ...


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