HYDROELECTRICITY

HYDROELECTRICITY
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  • No that's not true. Hydroelectricty is actually very useful.
  • In 2006, hydroelectricity was responsible for 20% of the world's electricity.
  • Hydorelelectricty is awful, like what's the point of building turbines when we have fossil fuels.
  • That is just one con. But you shouldn't care, you're a bird.
  • Ok, well then how does hydroelectric power effect birds.
  • Take this river, for example, if there was a dam here we could generate hydroelectric power and it wouldn't cause pollution.
  • Ok, most flow resources don't cause pollution but I heard you have to use that energy right when it's generated.
  • Well, hydroelectric power is better than wind power cause there are no blades that can kill us. So an advantage is that indirect contact with hydro dams won't kill us, I think. But when dams are built the fish in the river and other animals around get affected because they don't have enough space. 
  • That's awful though. I don't eat fish but what about the eagles and hawks. What if there are no longer any fish in the river and the birds die out of starvation.
  • That's not it.
  • It is true. Birds that eat meat, fish especially may starve but they can find another river like this one to get fed from.
  • That's true.
  • Well, hydroelectricity isn't perfect, there are many disadvantages and advantages, but the main idea is that hydroelectricity is renewable so it is much better than fossil fuels. Don't you agree.
  • But what about water birds and the huge turbines built where they live. 
  • See, I told you.
  • Yes. Hydroelectricity is renewable, it provides a lot of electricity, it's pollution free and it doesn't cause a major threat to us birds.
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