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Fuel is used everywhere, from factories, Power plants to car and other vehicles.
Fuel has now become a necessity for the majority of the world which automatically increases its demand. But what if all the fuel in world gets finished?

There wouldn't be any cars on the roads or any factory functioning, In our world the possibilities exist because we have fuel, but when no fuel is there, there isn't gonna be any kind of inventions in turn the living standards of everyone will go down.

We need to understand "Fuel is not water" Although water is equally precious, but we get water back when it rains, but there isn't any rain of fuels. If the fuel on the earth gets finished, we cannot revert or get it back again in our lives.

So, a question arises, what can be done?

Well, there many things that can be done. We, the common people cannot have access to all the fuels but most of us have vehicles running on petrol or diesel.
So we need to keep in mind that we turn off our engines when there's a red signal, we can also turn off the engine during traffic jams. Moreover what we can do is switch to CNG, which is a man-made fuel and can regenerated with time, but 
petrol or diesel cannot do so.

To sum up, i'd like to say that fuel should be used carefully as once it's finished, it cannot be reverted back. Moreover we should spread awareness about this amongst people. 
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                                    Fuel Conservation - Why & How

Why Fuel Conservation:

     Conventional Fuels are limited resources on our Earth.  They are natural resources (fossil) and are exhaustible (non-renewable like Solar Energy) in a few centuries.  Even the fuels we manufacture are made from natural resources and use electricity to make them.  Electricity is generated using fossil fuels.

    Excessive use and burning of fuels as well as their inefficient use cause pollution and global warming.  Our Earth's natural reserves will be emptied faster and Earth's ecological system balance will be tampered with.  Our descendants could face problems of fuel shortage in future.  So we must conserve all fuels.

  Also, government spends a lot of money for subsidizing fuel to the people.  Fuel saved is money saved at national level.

  Due to pollution our air and water bodies are affected.  Our health is indirectly affected.  Ozone layer is perforated due to CFC (chlorofluoro Carbons).  So Less fuel burnt enables Ozone layer to protect us better.

    Moreover, we import fuels.  We pay foreign currency to get it.  An excessive use of fuel makes us dependent on other countries. It is not a favourable situation.

   We must save fuel and energy as a social obligation to our society and responsibility.


  We should all take actions individually and collectively.

1. Save water. Don't waste or throw it.  If used water can be further used for gardening and watering plants etc. please do so.  Water that comes to our bathrooms and kitchens, uses a lot of fuel indirectly to reach us.
2. Use only as much as required - any products we use.  To manufacture, transport, sell, buy a product - some fuel is spent in some form.  Let that be rice, vegetables, chips, fuel, cement, furniture, or a vehicle.

3. Use electricity carefully and prudently.  Switch off gadgets when not in use.  To make electricity, some fuel is used in some where.

4. Use public or shared transport if possible.  Go by walk if the destinations are nearby.

5.  At traffic lights, switch off engines of vehicles during the waiting period.  A lot of fuel is wasted and pollution is created there.  Many government, public and private transport company owned vehicles do not switch off their engines at Signals. In western world they do.  In India the drivers do not do that due to the fear of engines not starting quickly.  So better ignition technology is required.
6. Encourage recycle, regenerate, reduce types of technologies and processes.  Make it a habit to check if you are following processes, gadgets that are efficient.  Whenever you buy some thing, check its ratings & approvals.

7. Encourage green technologies.  Use latest electric lamps.  Use electric scooters, and cars.  Buy and use solar heaters, solar equipment.  There are bio-fuels and some efficient new engines.

8. Population control is required.  The population is growing at an alarming rate. So are the fuel requirements !  If we control population, fuel consumption is also reduced.

9. Encourage use of bicycles in places that are safe.  Use bicycles. Many western countries ban fuel based vehicles in certain locations.

10. Spread awareness about fuel saving and use of bio-fuels among people.  Provide them facilities to do so.

11. Big Corporates and governments need to come together to improve fuels, more efficient motors, engines, technologies, processes and system.

12. Create employment opportunities in small towns and villages.  Then people do not migrate to highly populated urban areas.  The consumption is very high in cities.

13. Create good and fast urban transit systems, like metros and trams.  Then use of private transport may reduce.

14. Ban the use of inefficient motors and machinery.  Invention of economic green fuels is required.

15. Regarding transport vehicles and machinery using fuels, do maintenance regularlyAvoid idling.  Keep the tyres at proper pressure.  Drive at recommended speed for optimum fuel mileage.  Monitor mileage regularly.

   Even though the prices of fuel are going up, the demand is still growing. So explicit actions are required to save fuel or create better fuels.  Teach children to save fuel and practice the suggestions.

   Being rich or having a status does not authorize wasting fuel or energy.  If we remember this, then we will surely make fuel conservation as our habit.  We need to be humble in this regard.

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