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Energy issues

Renewable resources resources that will not run out and which are continuously being created. They include,solar, wind, tide, hydro-electric and geothermal power.
Flow resources the result of a continuous flow like wind or tide.
Non-renewable resources finite or limited resources, which will run out sooner or later. They include fossil fuels like coal, oil and natural gas and also nuclear, because it uses mined uranium.
Stock resources there is a lot of stock of each resource and when that stock is gone it is gone forever.
Energy mix the different sources of energy used by households, industry and commerce, and in the electricity generation industry.
Communism a system of government in which the state plans and controls the economy and owns the means of production. The goods and services produced are then divided between the people in the way that the state considers best for everyone.
Democracy a political system in which people have the power to elect their government by the vote of a majority. They also have the power to vote to change the government.
Ideology a set of beliefs that form the basis of a political, economic or other system.
Solar cooking uses the rays of the sun, often concentrated by reflection off aluminium foil, to heat a box in which food is kept. The heat makes the box act as a slow cooker for the food.
Decommissioning closing down a nuclear reactor and disposing of the contaminated material safely.
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