Learning Outcomes

Students will internalise the environmental, health, economical and political implications of using fossil fuels vs. renewable one.

Students will be aware of the need to use renewable energy resources instead of fossil sources.

Students will reduce unnecessary energy consumption. Will use energy saving bulbs and electrical appliances with environmental certification

Students will consider using renewable energy sources in their daily life.

Students will recognise the optional energy sources: fossil and renewal, their advantages and disadvantages.

Students will understand that:

The use of fusil energy sources increases the emission of the greenhouse gas – CO2 that contributes to global warming and climate changes. Increasing the use of renewable energy sources will enable replacement of fusil sources, reducing CO2emission and global warming.

Using fusil sources contributes to air, water and soil pollution that is linked to breathing problems, neurological damage, heart attacks, and cancer. Replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy sources has an economic impact because it has been found to reduce premature mortality, healthcare costs and lost workdays.

Using renewable energies may increase countries independence of energy suppliers.