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Green Technology - For a Better World

Y S Choudhary


Green technologies encompass various aspects of technology which help us reduce the human impact on the environment and create ways of sustainable development. Green technologies are an approach towards saving earth. Thus both its positives and negatives need to be investigated. Green technology uses renewable natural resources that never depletes. Green technology uses new and innovative energy generation techniques. Green nanotechnology that uses green engineering and green chemistry is one of the latest in green technologies. One of the important factors for environmental pollution is the disposal of waste. Green technology has answers to that as well. It can effectively change waste pattern and production in a way that it does not harm the planet and we can go green. The main goal is to conserve nature, and to remedy the negative impact that humans have on it. It offers a lot of benefits to not only nature itself but also for a clean and greener human lifestyle. Human beings need Earth to stay alive. This technology safeguards that the Earth remains healthy for all life to continue existing. Besides other forms of green technology in field of generation of energy are done by solar power and fossil fuel. This research paper focuses on the advantages of green technology and the benefits that can be added out of it.

Keywords: Green technology, Environmental pollution, Renewable energy, green chemistry, eco-friendly technology, organic Farming.

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