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  1. Non-renewable Resources an Example ProblemSlide ShowCreated by Mr. Ginty Binghamton High Schoolgintyh@binghamtonschools.org Gas Your Name(s) Date

  2. Steps of the PPA • Step 1 Define the Problem • Step 2 Gather the Evidence • Step 3 Identify the Causes • Step 4 Examine Existing policy • Step 5 Develop Solutions • Step 6 Select the Best Solution

  3. Examples • The next two slides are examples of Causes and Solutions as taken from the PPA • Your slides may use two different steps from the PPA that address the Aspect or Topic you have chosen • Like: Step 1 Define the Problem or Step 4 Examine Existing policy

  4. Identify the Causes • Causes Use the resources list or your own to clearly state causes of the problem Worksheet 3 Examples for gas ExplosiveTransportation/shipping/piping costsToxic if accidentally released (without burning)Water supply at risk of pollution

  5. Select the Best Solutions • Solutions Worksheet 6 List some solutions or alternatives Examples for gas • Wind Energy: Generates electricity by using the wind. • Geothermal: Generates electricity from steam produced by water    heated within the earth. • Hydrogen Energy: Use flowing water to generates electricity. • Bio Energy: Use biomass (plant materials, landfill or animal waste) to produce heat or electricity. • Ocean Energy: Wave Energy Tidal Energy Thermal energy conversion

  6. Before Gas Drilling

  7. After Gas Drilling Not Too Pretty

  8. Graph/Chart Make one or use one

  9. Inserts Consider hyperlinks for a video Within time constraints And always rehearse

  10. Example for Gas Alternatives Feasibility Table

  11. The Steps (2) You choose which two steps below are examples • Causes • Solutions

  12. Causes ExplosiveTransportation/shipping/piping costsToxic if accidentally released (without burning)Water supply at risk of pollution

  13. Solutions Recommended alternatives to using gas as a resource: Wind Energy: Generates electricity by using the wind. Geothermal: Generates electricity from steam produced by water    heated within the earth. Hydrogen Energy: Use flowing water to generates electricity. Bio Energy: Use biomass (plant materials, landfill or animal waste) to produce heat or electricity. Ocean Energy: Wave Energy Tidal Energy Thermal energy conversion

  14. Conclusions Recommendations for the Future Here you and your partner(s) make your concluding statement For Example: The ongoing debate over hydraulic fracturing for natural gas boils down to: energy companies want to drill, while people concerned about drinking water supplies and the effects of drilling chemicals on human health do not.

  15. Thank You Credits/Citations Copy in your resources as you make your presentation