Burning Fossil Fuels Imperils Our Ability to Burn Fossil Fuels

Jul 17, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Mother Jones

Pretty much every power plant requires water to work. Coal, natural gas, nuclear, and even some types of renewable energy need water to create steam and to cool down.

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Do you know power plants account for more than 40 percent the fresh water drawn from lakes and rivers in the US each year?
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SpaceBlues wrote:
Do you know power plants account for more than 40 percent the fresh water drawn from lakes and rivers in the US each year?
This is a myth. Yes they "draw" a lot, but they put it basically all back. They use very little by comparison to agriculture.

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