Greenhouse Crop Growing in Ontario and the Controversy Surrounding It All of the recent press attention on the issue of global climate change has propelled many scientists and researchers to look toward alternative methods of harnessing energy. These endeavors have actually been going on for decades, but in the past few years more attention has been directed toward the effort. Several avenues such as wind and solar power have come into vogue as alternate sources to using “fossil fuels.” Ontario gets most of its commercial energy from electricity which is generated by nuclear power, coal and water. Changes in climate, which Ontario has experienced recently, have prompted an interest in enlarging agricultural production via greenhouses as...The end:
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