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Like most things, there is always a pro and a con. Pro=good and Con=bad. This concept applies directly to using energy. In both renewable and non-renewable energy there are positives and negatives to its use. Take some time to decide for youself what the pros and cons to energy use are.
In Wisconsin, one of the biggest debates is over wind energy and wind farms. While the tend to be a clearn way to produce energy, those who live near these wind farms are uncertain about if the benefits outweigh the costs.
To discover more about how the people in your backyard feel about their wind farms, refer to the renewable energy tab.
As you probably know, 2010 proved to be a year of disaster for energy. On April 22, BP experienced one of the largest accidental oil spills in history. The BP oil spill the Gulf of Mexico is the most recent oil spill. According to the New York Times, there were roughly 5000 gallons of oil spillin into the Gulf a day. The resources below focus on not only the BP oil spill of 2010, but also focuses on the top 10 oil spills of all time.
The Top 10 of Everything 2010 (Time Magazine)
The Top 10 of Everything 2010-Animal Stories (Time Magazine)
Photo of BP Oil Spill 2010 taken from Google Images
Read the article entitled Bokoshe Students Say Coal-Burning Plant Causing Cancer. Do you believe the students from Oklahoma are doing the right thing by taking on the energy giant?