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ISSN: 2157-7625

Journal of Ecosystem & Ecography
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Saving Earth - Sustainable energy, a necessity

Biodiversity & Sustainable Energy Development-2012

Priyanka Karnatak, Aayushi Gupta and Vidushi Uniyal

Posters: J Ecosyst Ecogr

DOI: 10.4172/2157-7625.S1.009

Abstract
Digging oil well after oil well, stealing 80to85 million oil barrels per day, we slowly rowed into the dark usurping devilish tides that slap our environment over and over again. And we the crazy statues still continue to scrape away the fossil-fuels as if trying to fossilize all the traces of existence of non-renewable sources on this planet. A stupendous attempt to deprive kids from these oil well diggings, mine scrapings, tree felling. And toss them into a world where weeny black rivers will frown that the sun scowls and clouds vomit, so we are weeny and black like coal. And people will wonder what coal is! Perhaps some geography book will come to the rescue. While cycling endlessly in a fuel-less world, like water bottles and tiffin, kids would carry oxygen masks too and so would the fluttering thirsty birds do..From nuclear power plants, we're adding radium to potable water of rivers maybe to let them glitter like tears on cheeks of loved ones of sick. Wait, let?s continue to gorge on these non-renewable sources like opulent gorillas so that even this land refuses to carry our fat bottoms and sinks into dirty seas and poisoned oceans to house the fish left, if any. The polar ice sweating 10times more under angry sun every year is running down the peaks silently screaming the saga of a betrayal. Our indifference has prompted 4% royal-guards of ozone to abandon our kingdom every decade. Result-vicious ultraviolet enemies are barging in, thrashing our people to snatch the crown. And we want to help steel-sworded enemy?s scissor ozone layer and not protect our kingdom. Strange, we still don't want to weave engineering skills to trap sunlight in solar-cookers, cells and heaters, build hydroelectric power-plants that use polluted waste water to produce electricity. The incipient windmills, shattered and torn are silently mulling, craving for wind farms, big and wide. Begging us to adopt sustainable energy, nature's been shrieking amidst shadows of a dingy future, its echoes clouding suffocated smoggy sky. Slipping out of cloak of indifference, it?s time we hear it.
Biography
Aayushi Gupta aged 20years is a 2nd year student of B tech, Computer Engineering at College of Technology, Pantnagar. She has published a paper in ISBN publication. Priyanka Karnatak aged 20 years is a 2nd year student of B tech, Agriculture Engineering at College of Technology, Pantnagar and has published a paper in ISBN publication. Vidushi Uniyal aged 21 years is a 2nd year student of B tech, Computer Engineering at College of Technology, Pantnagar
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