SUBJECT AREA Environmental Sciences
DOCUMENT TYPE Research Paper
CREATED ON 3rd December 2016
COMPLETED ON 7th December 2016
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Environmental Impact of Fossil Fuel and Realistic Alternatives

This is for an Environmental Ethics course. I need to discuss the impact fossil fuel has had on our environment so far, what some countries are doing about it, what realistic alternatives there are and why we aren't pursuing these alternatives. Needs to be 10 pages double spaced (or 5 pages single spaced).
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