Environmental Impacts Without Citation
FIRST: Go to this U.S. Energy Information Administration website (https://www.eia.gov/energyexplained/) and look at the energy sources shown there. Choose ONE energy source to explore. (Note that there are renewable, nonrenewable and secondary source options). Feel free to use other credible sources of information (https://www.utep.edu/extendeduniversity/utepconnect/blog/march-2017/4-ways-to-differentiate-a-good-source-from-a-bad-source.html) as well.
Then answer the following questions:
- WHERE does the fuel/resource come from? Be sure to include the geographic area (if appropriate), as well as how the fuel is sourced. (Example: click on “Natural Gas”, then click on the “Where our natural gas comes from” link.)
- Post the COST (per kWh) of this particular energy resource. Include a live link to your information source. (No credit for prices without citation). [please attach the link for this one
- All types of electricity generation impact the environment. What are the environmental impacts of the source you chose to investigate? Include a live link (PLEASE DON’T FORGET TO INCLUDE THE LINK) to your information source. (No credit for environmental impacts without citation).