Generation of power: economic, social and environmental
Paper written by John Magnuson in the fall semester 2008 at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls for Dr. Greta Gaard's English 228 class. In this paper, the author discusses how the generation of energy by hydroelectric dams, nuclear power plants and oil refineries results in changes to the sociological, ecological and economic interactions between humans, animals and the environment.
Nuclear energy--Social aspects
Petroleum refineries--Environmental aspects
Nuclear power plants
Hydroelectric power plants--Social aspects
Nuclear energy--Economic aspects
Hydroelectric power plants--Economic aspects
Petroleum refineries--Economic aspects
Nuclear energy--Environmental aspects
Petroleum refineries--Social aspects
Hydroelectric power plants--Environmental aspects
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