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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 7: Affordable and Clean Energy


In physics, energy is the quantitative property that must be transferred to an object in order to perform work on, or to heat, the object. Energy is a conserved quantity; the law of conservation of energy states that energy can be converted in form, but not created or destroyed. The SI unit of energy is the joule, which is the energy transferred to an object by the work of moving it a distance of 1 metre against a force of 1 newton.

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Organizations relating to Energy

World Congress of Acupuncture
World Health Foundation for Development and Peace / Est. 1982
Asian Recycling Association / Est. 1978
European Association for the Streamlining of Energy Exchange-gas / Est. 2002
European Federation of Energy Management Associations / Est. 1986
European Association of Producers and Distributors of Natural Medicines / Est. 1996
Association of Naturopathic Practitioners - World Federation of Naturopaths, London
Solidarité homéopathie / Est. 1994
Confederation of European Waste-to-Energy Plants / Est. 2002
European Regions Network for Renewable Energies
World Nuclear Association / Est. 1975
Women's Association for Natural Medicine Therapy / Est. 1995
International Institute of Holistic Medicine
Institut européen de recherche en sophrologie et psychothérapie
Falun Dafa
International Network System for Energy Expertise and Knowledge
International Energy Bank / Est. 1973
Secretariat of the Nordic Energy Information Libraries / Est. 1969
International Colon Hydrotherapy Foundation / Est. 1982
Near East Research and Development Network on Treatment and Re-use of Sewage Effluent for Irrigation
Pacific Rim Consortium in Energy, Combustion, and the Environment
Nuclear Energy Agency / Est. 1972
Pedals for Progress / Est. 1991
International Nuclear Societies Council / Est. 1990
Acupuncture Without Borders / Est. 1992

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World Problems relating to Energy

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Environmental hazards of coal energy
Environmental impacts of power stations
Erosion of sovereignty
Protein-energy malnutrition
Environmental hazards from transmission of electricity
Electrical power failure
Inadequate energy supply infrastructure
Underutilization of solar energy
Environmental hazards of nuclear power production
Shortage of firewood
Underutilization of hydropower
Inadequate waste incineration
Emissions from combustion engines
Lack of integrated energy resource management
Insufficient utilization of renewable biofuels
Exploitation of fossil fuels
Energy crisis
Underutilization of ocean energy
Underutilization of wind energy
Fuel-air explosive
Underutilization of geothermal energy
Antagonistic power blocs
Unsustainable energy consumption
Increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide

Action Strategies relating to Energy

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Reducing local energy costs
Using fossil fuel more efficiently
Diversifying energy research
Supporting use of new and renewable energy sources
Disseminating energy technologies
Using energy efficient lighting
Protecting against environmental hazards of nuclear power production
Developing civil nuclear industry technology
Increasing amount of energy resources
Ensuring sustainable development of energy resources
Supplying nuclear fuels
Saving fuel
Using electrical energy
Developing solar power systems
Promoting sustainable energy consumption
Distributing electricity
Promoting use of unleaded fuel
Reprocessing spent nuclear fuel
Investing in environmentally benign hydropower
Using hydropower
Implementing environmentally sound hydropower schemes
Using solar energy
Using natural energy resources
Promoting renewable energy
Reducing fossil fuel use

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