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by teacher: Alfonso Gonzalez
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What did you learn about how much energy we use in the 2010's?
I learned that in the 1930's the average of Carbon Dioxide Emission was 153. In the 2010's we used 964 pounds of Carbon Dioxide Emission. That is a 811 difference.
How does insulation help you conserve energy?
It makes it so less heat goes into the room. So you don't have to waste as much energy turning down the thermometer.
What are some things you learned about being safe with electricity?
You should never put a fork in a toaster or near an outlet. Never put drag something by its cord and never put something heavy over a cord.
Which fuels put less carbon into our atmosphere?
Electrical things don't give out carbon dioxide into the air. Things that are engine powered give out carbon dioxide.

Article posted April 11, 2012 at 02:16 PM • comment • Reads 64 • see all articles

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