By Kemris

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Global Effects

  • We will eventually run out of coal because there is a limited amount
  • Oil is a fossil fuel and we will eventually run out of that as well
  • If we run out of those fuels, we could also not have any electricity
  • The Ozone layer is disappearing, and when it's gone, the Earth will not have an atmosphere, which means there will be no life on Earth.
  • Animals will die of environmental pollution

Local Effects

  • A factory in Plainville is burning oil and causing air pollution
  • If we deplete all of our energy, we won't be able to move around the state to places we need to go.
  • Machines won't be able to work to make the items that we need in order to survive.
  • We're going to need to pay more for gas for our cars and our houses. This means we won't have as much money!
  • If people are paying too much for energy, they won't have money for food and housing.
  • People could lose their jobs because they don't have cars to get to where they work.

Work Cited

Tverberg, Gail. "What Happens When Energy Resources Deplete?"RSS. Gail Tverberg. Web. 28 Apr. 2016

"Wind Archives - Conserve-Energy-Future." ConserveEnergyFuture. Web. 28 Apr. 2016.