Conservation | Across The Board
It is a false premise or presumption that the basic principle of conservation is exclusive to any one of the different types of environments in which we function on a daily basis.
The effectiveness or lack thereof of how this universal principle is applied in one environment impacts all others.
Financial Conservation/Solar Energy is just one example.
Imagine, Financial Conservation/U.S. Government or Financial Conservation/Wall Street?
Monday, November 12, 2012
"North Carolina’s renewable and energy-efficiency industry employs more than 15,000 people and has generated some $3.7 billion in gross revenue this year, the association says. Companies providing solar energy services have increased 76 percent since the renewable energy requirement passed the General Assembly five years ago, according to surveys by the Sustainable Energy Association."
“It is guaranteed money,” said Hunt, 63, a Marine Corps veteran. “Farming is a risky business. If you can take some of the risk out and the liability, you are ahead of the ball game. If I die, my wife will have income because she couldn’t farm the land anymore.”