Renewable green energy is not always the healthiest for the environment, as some renewable energy, such as biomass, produces more waste than solar, wind and tidal energy. Discover renewable energy resources with information from the executive director of the Institute for Sustainable Practice in this free video on green energy.
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When it comes to green energy and renewable resources there can be a lot of confusion about what is truly green, and and what is truly clean. For example, there are a variety of renewable energy resources out there, like biomass, which includes trees, waste materials, waste organic materials that could be incinerated or burned, paper, cardboard, other types of of renewable sources that come from plant material or earths material that that can be planted either through seeds or through seedlings and grown, and then harvested and used in the energy process. That that is a renewable resource, but it doesn't always mean that it's clean or it's better for the environment. For example, when compared to solar energy, or tidal energy, or geothermal energy, or even other types of wind energy certain renewable resources used for energy, like biomass and and other resources really don't compare when it comes to avoiding waste. When it comes to providing healthy outputs there's no, there's no smoke, there's no waste particles, there's no ash to get rid of with these other renewable energy resources. And there's the opportunity to to invest up front in the right resource before we invest in what seems like the knee jerk opportunity for our society. So, it just really depends upon our our human will, and our desire to choose a clean world, and to invest wisely. And then, we'll reap the benefits from that; both in economic and people health, and in terms of earth stewardship for the prosperity for all time.