The Effects of a Natural Gas Pipeline

I think this is an absolutely great post. I have did similar research on this same issue. I believe this is something that all involved parties should think about(hopefully they already do). We only get one planet, how we treat it might not affect our lives, but think of our children and their children. Even though Natural Gas can be less harmful, it is not the absolute. There are plenty of safer, cleaner, better options. Not all humans may be able to think of the next “best” energy source, but we all can control how much energy and resources we already use. Lets be sustainable and conserve the resources and planet we already have!

Climbing The Pines

*Note: This research is part of a larger project that I have recently presented at an Undergraduate Research Symposium with a fellow blogger. The link to his blog is HERE.

Hello Adventurers!

Have you ever contemplated where all the energy sources that you use in your everyday life come from? The gas that fuels your car, the power that lights your home and work or the fuel that heats your home. The age-old question with using fossil fuels to create heat and energy is usually, is this the only way? Is one form of energy better, cleaner, cheaper or can we use renewable energy? Recently the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) has started to expand. This pipeline delivers natural gas from shale deposits in West Virginia. Recently the ACP has partnered with Dominion Energy to bring the pipeline south through Virginia and North Carolina. The local companies that are rallying…

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Tuesday Pic Day: American Beaver

Our last animal of our animal series is the American beaver. The American beaver is one of two living species of beavers and is the second largest rodent in the world. American beavers are compact animals with short legs. They are aquatic rodents and have a few adaptations that make them proficient swimmers. They have …

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Tuesday Pic Day: White-tailed Deer

This week’s animal is the white-tailed deer. They are known as the smallest members of the North American deer family, and they can be found from southern Canada to South America. White-tailed deer are very adaptable species and flourish in a variety of habitats. The most suitable environments for them are a mixture of forest, …

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