FAQ

Welcome to EaCoal’s FAQ section. Here we display a few of the most commonly asked questions by our readers and answer them here for convenience. We understand that not all answers are on this page so please do not hesitate to get in touch via the form on the contact page.

 

1 – Where is your company based?

 We are not a company. We are an online advice hub that offers free information regarding the environment and what we can do to help reserve it. We have site admins that operate across the world but mainly here in the UK.

 

2- Do you think that the world will one day convert to clean and renewable energy.

Now it can be hard to see a world where we all live in eco bubbles and use electric cars and planes to travel around our clean and prosperous earth. Today’s governments are corrupt, officials are not interested in the environment and the health of the planet. From 1st to 3rd world countries we all contribute to global warming. In our opinion we will not see such a thing in our lifetime.

3 – What is global warming?

Global warming is the universal heating of the earth. This is called climate change and is one of the greatest challenges facing the modern world. Seas and land are all warming up and do not see any sign of slowing down. The main contributor to today’s warming is the combustion of fossil fuels. These hydrocarbons heat up the planet using the greenhouse effect and release the greenhouse gasses into the earth’s atmosphere knocking the balance of gases. The earth is set to rise 2’C in the coming future and although it may not sound like a lot. But if this was the case and it soon will, 30% of all living species could go extinct. Marine food chains will fail and ecosystems will completely disappear. This will lead to shortages of food and water which will cause mass wars and migration that leads to famine and the mass genocide of living people.

As always, if you have any questions regarding the site, our posts or the enviroment in general then please do not hesitate to get in touch via the form on the contact page.

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