Fossil Fuels are the prime source of greenhouse gases. According to Ferguson, (2007, p6-7), In order to diminish climate change, the world will need to use sources which do not emit greenhouse gases as well as are much more efficient. Nuclear energy will play a big role in this. Indeed, what Nuclear energy brings to the table is a relatively clean means of providing base-load electricity to the world, similar to fossil fuels while omitting the biggest drawback posed; the large volume of greenhouse gases being released to the environment. Nuclear energy also helps to combat against another common occurrence, namely acid rain.
Currently, fossil fuels are consumed faster than they are being produced, so these resources may become rare, and the price may increase becoming inaccessible for most of the population. In today’s world the pollution of the atmosphere is one of our main fears; therefore an option such as nuclear energy is definitely preferable than burning fossil fuels that causes a great amount of pollution. Nuclear energy by far has the lowest impact on the environment as reported in 1998 that, the calculated emission of greenhouse gas has reduced for nearly half due to the admiration of nuclear power around the world. On top of that there are no opposing effects on the water, land or any environments due to the use of nuclear energy. The production of electricity is continuous.
The fission energy has many benefits such as no pollution, lower cost, and proven technology. One of the biggest causes of environmental pollution is fossil fuels, which emit tons of carbon dioxide and other harmful chemicals. This in turn can harm the environment and even the health of people. This is not the case for nuclear fission. Nuclear power plants use relatively small amounts of fossil fuels in their operations, while producing a large amount of fission energy.
Nowadays, most daily activities of human beings rely on fossil fuels heavily such as transportation, lighting, heating and communication. However, many scientists and experts forecast that fossil fuel will be running out in by the next century. Therefore, before its exhaustion, an alternative energy, is necessary to be developed. Among all renewable energies, we will discuss the pros and cons of nuclear energy, solar energy and wind energy. To begin with, nuclear energy has several major advantages.
Using nuclear to produce energy is preferable compared to other system burning of fossil fuels, which causes so much of pollution with carbon dioxide. In addition to the process of nuclear system, the disposal of nuclear waste, which results during the generation of nuclear power is much easier to deal with. The reason is because it is just dumped in to a geological site where it decays over a period of time and has not negative impact on the environmental. This is also the main advantage of nuclear energy compared to the other chemical used generating system, which cause much more poisonous gases. Most of the generating energy system came up with problem that lack of source to generate enough, however, the source of nuclear power is uranium, which is available in abundance in the crust of the Earth with major deposits being uncovered in Canada and Australia.
This is called nuclear fission and this process gives out a large amount of energy. Nuclear Energy has many benefits and advantages Nuclear energy has the ability to produce electricity without greenhouse gas emissions. Other energy sources do produce some greenhouse emission. It produces electricity without pollution. It is
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There is a shortage supply of fossil fuel, the construction of new hydroelectric power station is also limited. Hence the nuclear power has shown a fast development. More and more countries have understood the need for nuclear energy. Nuclear energy is the outcome of the nuclear reaction took place in radioactive metals which could be utilized in the form of heat energy. The heat energy produced during the nuclear reaction used to operate steam
Nuclear Energy Introduction Is Nuclear Energy a positive thing or a negative? Did Nuclear Energy help us a lot in daily life? In nowadays people uses nuclear energy to (2)replace Coal, Natural Gas, Petroleum. Nuclear energy can create a big amount of energy, but nuclear energy had that big advantage also it will had negative. It can cause lots of damage if nuclear power lek out.
Introduction: During this project I have been exploring the benefits and risks associated with the use of nuclear power as an energy resource. I have been investigating this topic from the perspectives of France, Luxembourg and China as well as analysing it from my own point of view. I remain undecided that the weight of evidence in favour of nuclear power is strong enough to overcome some very clear obstacles related to the risks of nuclear power, but am hoping that throughout the course of this investigation I will come to a conclusion. Global Perspective: With such an amazing selection of alternatives for fossil fuels nowadays it’s a mystery why we don’t use these to our advantage. There is so much pressure on us to try and revert the