Core concepts application
I would choose energy conservation. The current economic trends and living standards are increasingly high because of lack of proper technique of controlling and use of energy. The fact that we need energy in almost all the areas is an influential factor on its own because, without the energy, most industries, organization, vehicles, and domestic appliances would not work. The other factor is that almost all nonrenewable energy sources have been depleted, and if measures are not taken, very soon we will not be having other sources to drive the economy. From this, therefore, the ultimate goal of the study would be to look for other sources of energy especially the application of renewable sources like solar, wind, and water. This sources in addition to being renewable, its application preserves the environment and they do not pollute the environment (Babooram & Hurst, (2010).
Energy conservation also goes along the way in cutting down cost. In domestic application, most appliances use hydroelectric power. The source of energy has proved to be extremely expensive, and if continually used, it needs a lot of funds to maintain it. With the escalating economic patterns, most people would not afford this form of energy, and they need immediate alternative. Before the bodies concern gets the most reliable sources, it is advisable that we conserve what we have. The funds, therefore, would be used efficiently campaigning for using renewable sources as the government struggles with implementation of other sources (Catty, 2010).
Furthermore, the research would also discuss on issues related to policies that need to be created to prevent individuals and organization from exceeding the required limits in the process of extracting oils. Depletion of energy sources creates and artificial problem and at the same time pollutes the environment posing dangers to the living organism. Energy conservation requires combine efforts for a better solution to be developed; hence, the funds will also be directed towards that initiation of new methods (Babooram & Hurst, 2010).
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