Oil Spill Crisis Transitioning from oil to alternative energy

Oil spills have been destroying the environment for years due to the dependency on oil for energy.

Animals are unable to function normally and survive in their destroyed ecosystems.

Animals become unrecognizable and are often times killed due to being coated in the oil.

Alternative energy sources include windmills, solar power panels, and water dams such as the Hoover Dam.

Transitioning to alternative energy sources can help to prevent tragedies, such as oil spills, from ever occurring. By using more renewable resources, ecosystems can transition from polluted and destroyed, to healthy environments for plants and animals to grow and thrive.

By using more renewable resources, ecosystems can transition from polluted and destroyed, to healthy environments for plants and animals to grow and thrive. There is a better and brighter future if we soon turn to alternative energy sources that do not destroy the environment.

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Created with images by skeeze - "oil rig explosion fire disaster" • marinephotobank - "Oiled Bird - Black Sea Oil Spill 11/12/07" • sam_churchill - "APTOPIX Gulf Oil Spill" • Unsplash - "windmills energy alternative" • lenulenac - "solar power solar panels photovoltaics" • rarvesen - "Hoover Dam" • Maven@China - "Oil Spill in Dalian" • Kaz - "bar-tailed godwit godwit bar-tailed"

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