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Renewable energy is a clean energy source, so it helps to reduce the production of harmful chemicals and eliminates the need for disruptive and environmentally damaging mining practises. The ozone layer will be able to recover, our air will be cleaner, and ecosystems will not be destroyed in the name of powering the world. One of the primary reasons for the increase in renewable energy production and use is that fossil fuels are causing health problems for the planet and humans, as well as the negative effects of global warming and the simple fact that they will run out in time. Simply put, if we do not find a way to increase renewable energy, we will run out of energy to power our world.
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