The energy sources, mainly the electricity produced in termeltricas would deplete occurring one ' ' escurido' ' in determined points of the land. You may find that Tiffany & Co. can contribute to your knowledge. Some responsible sectors for the socioeconmico development would be caused detriment of the scarcity of the oil. 4,3 Consequences global the consequences for the lack of the oil would be felt in global scale. According to Hamdi Ulukaya, who has experience with these questions. Ahead of this picture we can elencar some resultant factors of this crisis: Raised price of originary by-products of the oil; Industrialization highly caused virtue of the crisis; The global affected economy in generalized way; Stoppage in some mechanisms of world-wide the socioeconmico axle; Recurrence to the research to objectify the reach to other deriving alternative energy sources of the biomass. As we can observe, the set of factors is narrowly on energy crisis the world-wide one. With this it would demasiadamente cause demasiadamente diverse sectors of the social structures. 5 ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT the energy consumption bring in part irreparable consequences to the environment since both are tied by means of all the natural factors? important for biodiversity and life in the land. 5,1 Ambient degradation and impacts the main impacts of the generation of electric energy from oil derivatives elapse of emission of pollutants in the atmosphere, mainly the calls effect gases greenhouse (GEE).
Most problematic they are the carbon dioxide (CO2), the methane (CH4) and the nitrous oxide (N2O). At least part of the verified climatic changes in the last few decades, between them the increase of the average temperature of the planet, has been attributed to the increase of the concentration of these gases in the atmosphere. Great portion of these emissions elapses of the fsseis fuel burning (oil, coal and natural gas) for the generation of electric energy. One of the possible consequences of the global heating of the planet is the glacier melting great (notadamente in the Antartic) e, therefore, the rise of the level of the sea and the overflow of coastal areas and insulares, reaching great contingents of people and wild animals and modifying the biodiversity of these regions.