Q&A: Which of the following best describes the long-term impact of using a renewable energy source?

Question by Megan: Which of the following best describes the long-term impact of using a renewable energy source?
Which of the following best describes the long-term impact of using a renewable energy source?

Natural gas causes air pollution when burned.

Nuclear power produces harmful radiation.

Biomass releases greenhouse gases when burned.

Geothermal energy can pollute water supplies.

Best answer:

Answer by Big Gryph
natural gas is not renewable for starters.

The long range impact of using any renewable resource is that is preserves our natural resources. That is the reason behind it. Solar and wind energy is the most viable.

What do you think? Answer below!

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4 Responses to “Q&A: Which of the following best describes the long-term impact of using a renewable energy source?”

  1. ask al gore he might have an answer for ya there pal, personaly i would buy a horse lol

  2. actually, I think there is no right answer in these four choices.

  3. None are correct. The first two are not renewable energy sources. Burning biomass does release greenhouse gases, but does not increase them overall within the atmosphere. However, I think that is the answer you are suposed to select. Geothermal CAN pollute water supplies, but doesn’t have to.

  4. I don’t think, any one of the above said is correct. Rather solar energy usage is the best renewable energy resource.

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