Energy and the Future

The future of energy is bright, but only if we work to preserve it.

Are we using energy wisely? Energy is an essential resource. It powers everything around us, especially the things we are used to and have come to depend on. Hopefully, future generations will be better stewards of this precious resource than we are currently. We need to change how we view energy, and what it means for the future of our planet and all its inhabitants. We need to spread the message about the preservation of energy resources and their proper use, and to change how we view the use of it.

Our world is revolves around energy— how we use it is changing rapidly. We have more ways than ever to access and use energy, and this can be both a blessing and a curse. On one hand, it’s great that we can use our phones or computers anywhere in the world without having to rely on a power source nearby; on the other hand, it’s alarming that we are using so much more power than ever before. To continue to thrive and advance we will need to continue to produce and use more as a society. But do we have to follow the status quo using a grid that has is old and likely obsolete . We can do better.

This means that, as consumers and leaders, we need to be more aware of how we use our energy resources. We need to be conscience of how much energy each appliance uses and make sure that we’re not wasting precious resources on things like running fans or lights when no one is home. All of us are guilty of that including myself. We need to change our habits if we want to make sure that there will be enough resources for future generations. Unfortunately, most corporations, governments and people are not using energy wisely. Consuming energy without thinking about where it comes from or how much is left in the world’s reserves, or what decisions we make now will affect the future of our planet. This is a problem that needs to be addressed immediately because energy shortages could lead to global economic collapse and food shortages that would leave millions of people starving—or worse!

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