Thursday, April 16, 2009

Obama recovery plan for Renewable. Nucleus of his admin.

President Obama addressing Renewable energy recovery plan at Georgetown University,USA.

The world is moving closer and closer to losing iron grip of fossil fuel.Two hundred plus years of using fossil fuel has now borne us change in climate,flora and fauna extinctions ,ecosystems change and the food chain into which man's livihood is defined.Not one country or region is against climate change/global warming-cooling and other related environmental pollution that science indicated that man may eventually poison itself. This common platform is on which the world will be built hundred years and beyond and this is green energy revolution. Powerful countries,leaders and regions are laying down their differences to promote ,research,invest and develop green energy,green eneviroment,gren industry and green economy!

Our top story surrounds President Barrack Obama pouring plan for green energy recovery plan.



LAKEWOOD, Colorado — On Tuesday, April 14, President Barack Obama spoke to a crowd at Georgetown University about the perfect storm of economic challenges the U.S. faces and the ways in which renewable energy can help drive America's economic recovery. According to Obama, utilizing renewable energy helps secure America's energy future, and will allow the U.S. to take the lead in the 21st century, creating millions of new jobs and spawning new industries.

"I do not accept a future where the jobs and industries of tomorrow take root beyond our borders. It is time for America to lead again," Obama said.

Citing the urgency presented by the economic crisis, Obama outlined the five "pillars" upon which the country's financial future will be founded: regulating the financial industry, increased funding for education, new investments in renewable energy and technology, increased healthcare investment, and budget reduction.

"If we don't invest now in renewable energy or a skilled workforce or a more affordable health care system, this economy simply won't grow at the pace it needs to in two or five or 10 years down the road," Obama said.

Bioenergy—the nucleus of today's biomass utilization movement—is renewable energy made from any organic material derived from plant or animal matter. Biomass is an attractive petroleum alternative because it is a renewable, carbon neutral resource that is more evenly distributed over the Earth's surface than finite hydrocarbon energy sources, and may be exploited using more environmentally friendly technologies.