Sunday, 22 January 2012

The Way into the Best Future of Environment.


Luxembourg Post issued the second stamp series feature the way for getting the better environment in the world on October 1, 2001. This series composed  of three stamp values which illustrate in a contemporary style using a comic strip motif, three of the many challenges threatening the future of human civilization. The three ways depicted are renewable energy, waste recycling, and biological research. 

Renewable Energy
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Many kind of renewable energy have to be considered which have depend on the nature of every country. An energy source is considered to be renewable if the fact of consuming it does not limit its future use. There are generally by using the wind, the sun, waterways, tides, sea currents, waves, the heat of the earth, and biomass, but not for the greatest portion of our present energy consumption based on petroleum, coal, natural gas, and uranium which are limited sources of energy on our planet.

Waste Recycling
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The first step for keeping the better environment is creating  ways  to  manage  a waste. Therefore it is important to manage as much as possible the recycling of existing waste in order to convert it once again into useful resources.The process of sensitizing producers and consumers to the need to recycle, which started almost three decades ago, has already produced tangible results, and techniques allowing economically viable processing of waste have been developed as a result. Meanwhile, it is important to strongly reinforce the  efforts in the area to ensure that  the future generations of us   resembles a huge garbage dump.

Biological Research
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Recent progress in molecular genetics is already increasing the understanding of how to treat numerous illnesses, such as AIDS or mad cow disease, etc. Discoveries are upsetting the fundamental understanding of biology, but since all new discoveries reveal new mysteries, during the years to come it is necessary more than ever to launch important public and private biological research projects .

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