Weekly Photo Challenge: Renewal

To cherish what remains of the Earth and to foster its  renewal is our only legitimate hope of survival.-Wendell Berry

 

Renewable energy – gaining importance with increasing concerns on climate change.

All pictures taken in Tamil Nadu, India

More pictures of ‘renewal’ at Daily Posts’s Weekly Photo Challenge

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26 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Renewal

  1. I also chose windmills to represent renewal. The idea of obtaining the energy we need from renewable sources such as wind, solar, and hydro is where we all need to be. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  2. Yes, we all should cherish of what’s left of mother nature. To use eco friendly materials and to advocate renewable energy. A lot of people still live as if Earth supply will never run out or still act indifferent despite of knowing that we are killing the very planet responsible for our survival. Thanks for sharing this.

    1. Thanks for your comments IT! It is sad when even educated people don’t care about the Earth’s environment and it’s shrinking natural resources. The more we spread the message, the better the chances of passing on a healthy Earth to the future generations.

  3. In the West, more and more people are concerned by ecology and renewable energies. But wind energy is criticized by many because they feel windmills are ugly ( !!!) and noisy. But nobody protests against high voltage lines and water towers that are much more ugly. It’s because they have been built many decades ago while windmills are new. Sometimes, westerners are so attached to their comfort zone ! It is pathetic.

    1. Thanks for your comment travelerreport. Its hard to imagine windmills as ugly, noisy perhaps, but not more than the deafening noise of city traffic. Here, in India, any state governments such as Tamil Nadu offer incentives and subsidies to farmers to setup windmill farms ,due to which it is gaining popularity. Offshore farms are another option for those who do not want to see or hear it !!

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