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Energy Consumption

            The links between human discoveries or inventions in machineries and natural resources used by the world today in different regions leads to the emergence of environmental degradation issues in the late twentieth century. The issues had occurred since the invention of technological mechanism created by scientists. The usage of both energy, such as oil and natural gas, with machinery are growing rapidly, which therefore reflected with the increasing consumption. As the world today move towards to high-tech industrialisation, more energy resources are needed to cover people needs. The energy production has polluted the world by contaminating the atmosphere and causing climate changes to an even warmer place. When we think of the advantages of energy production for our everyday consumption as needs to survive, we also need to think about the disadvantages for the sake of human lives out there. However, in relevant, this essay will be focus on the issue of the ecopolitics of energy, that is a concept that pertains to how political actors influence perceptions of, and responses to their environments. More specifically answers the questions of the relationship between the patterns of energy production and consumption on the on hand, and climate change on the other. .
             Back in times where new inventions have emerged, and some researchers have discovered the importance of natural resources to start their engines, there is a huge change in human consumptions. The introduction of technological machineries may perhaps be one of the driving force elements of the increasing energy consumption. In terms of general consumption, the major factor of the usage in energy production can be categorised as in the increasing needs for electricity and transportation. However, the relationship between the patterns of energy production and consumption is that the energy resources produced. The energy production and consumption patterns are shifting.