Surviving Year 2 of High School (tPols)

“Thank you for coming to my presentation of learning. I am the expert on my own learning. I am also responsible and accountable for my own learning. You can expect me to give an honest evaluation of my progress. We will discuss my strengths and opportunities for growth. Thank you in advance for listening and for offering feedback that I can use to improve as a learner.”

This year is my second year in PLP and a lot has happened. As a learner, I’ve had lots of opportunities to grow, and I’m confident that I have improved myself using these opportunities. I’ve brainstormed, compromised on ideas and reached agreement in group projects, worked on my public speaking skills, communicated with my peers, developed my skills in technology, and overall used my creativity as a driving force for my projects.

I will now share with you how I’ve grown as a learner and why I’m ready for the transition to grade 10.


Evidence of My Progress as a Learner


If I had to choose a PLP class to be my favourite, I would have to settle for Science. I felt that during the projects that we did in this class, I was really able to unleash my creativity and create final products that I was really proud of. I feel as though during the duration of Science, I was able to meet, if not go beyond, the goals I had set for myself.

Proud of:

For this assignment, I was really proud of my work on it. I utilized my practice in coding and graphic design to create a “somewhat” comprehensible food web of some of the more basic species. The only thing I’d change if I did this again is making the arrows more orderly and easy to understand. Other than that, this is definitely something I as a learner can be proud of.


I really liked the idea of this project because it relied on two abilities that I’m confident in; acting and video editing. I was able to put both of these to good work in this keystone, and I was thrilled with the results afterwards. The accents and impressions, amazing lines, and “smooth” video editing provided for an experience that I was pleased with.

Honourable Mention:



This year in Maker, I was really able to explore my areas of interest more. We spent a lot of time working on photography and videography projects, which is a strength of mine, and I was able to apply these skills well.

Proud of:

This assignment definitely preyed on our patience. In this, I created a Stop Motion video that used both my practice in video editing and filming. I put a lot of time and effort into this project, even asking for an extension just so I could finish it at home because I was so keen on getting the final product just right and as close to the original video as possible (Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up”). I wanted to make sure that I as a learner could say “I made that” with confidence.


This was a real video editing experience, and I enjoyed every minute of it. From conducting an interview, to filming B-roll of different AR and VR technologies, to spending hours in CapCut, looking over and making sure that my creation was going to be interesting and eye-catching. Creating and presenting this video at the winter 2022 exhibition was an experience I’ll never forget because I was so overjoyed with how the final product turned out and how much people enjoyed watching it.



We touched on a wide range of topics in humanities, and I found myself intrigued by each one. From sci-fi and Frankenstuffies, to the five themes of geography and slam poetry, it was an exciting and new project at every turn.

Proud of:

Here we have the project called “Rise of the Frankenstuffies”. I was given lots of creative freedom in this project, and I feel like I used it to its fullest potential. I enjoyed getting to make up my own story from scratch that followed my rules in a world of my imagination. Both the most challenging and rewarding part was the video filming and editing, where it was necessary for me to use a green screen on the backdrop while filming and move my stuffies at the same time. All of these working parts definitely made it harder, but I still managed to complete it with general ease and enjoyment. I enjoyed voicing the characters because I got to make up their personalities from scratch as well as I saw fit.


This project was certainly an interesting one, and I found myself getting more wrapped up in it by the day. In the past I’ve had my fair share of poems, both in grade 8’s coffeehouse, and in my grade 7 and 6 classes, where we learned more about the vocabulary of poems and how to both make and identify one. The thing about this that specifically stood out to me was how, from the very first day, the poem was meant to be revised by your classmates. You weren’t supposed to get it right first try. You were supposed to look back, ask a peer, and see what you could improve on if anything. Even if you didn’t have anything that you thought you could change, the fresh perspective of someone else definitely aided in making a satisfying final product.


This project relied on teamwork and cooperation between your group member(s). Both DIY skills and the creativity of coming up with a (semi) new idea for a board game were necessary in given out to us by the teachers. I had a fun time creating this because I got to design my own player pieces based on information I’d researched about each of the Canadian provinces (see second above photo). I also enjoyed seeing the looks of joy on the grade 8 faces when they got to try our game. I especially enjoyed when they turned to looks of horror when they found out how complicated the game was.


This was the most recent humanities project we had, and probably the one I enjoyed the most in the entire year. Now, that might be saying a lot, but I find it to be true in this project. I’ve gotten to use lots of skills, and even further some new ones for me. From acting and theatre performance practice, to sound design and video editing. Even DIY and script writing were included in this collection of talents! This project had it all, and better yet, it was being performed at the spring exhibition. The final product was a massive hit with everyone, and tons of compliments were showered upon my group and me. Collaborating in a group was definitely something that helped the experience because there’s nothing like bouncing ideas off of people you know to create an amazing piece of art. In this case, a performance.


Stretches and My Strategies to Deal with Them

Driving Question

Why do you feel you are ready to advance to the next grade level?

I think my work in grade 9 reflects that, as a learner, I have made quite a few final products that I can be proud of, and in the end, I have the skills and spirit to get things done, despite having difficulties arise.

Last year, I had difficulties focusing my attention in class and staying on task. I often distract both classmates and myself, and generally have a harder time completing work within the given class time. This year, though, I’ve had a very successful time focusing and using my time wisely and efficiently to create and accomplish.

I will take my skills, both new and old, my strengths and weaknesses, my strategies for learning, my love of both photography and music, and my newfound knowledge with me as I move into grade 10. (Double digits! Woot woot!)

WW1 Wasn’t Fun | No Sitting Allowed Part 3 (The 2023 Spring Exhibition)

The Project Pitch

This blog post will be a bit different from my usual ones. I mean that in the sense that this post is actually two things smushed into one! In this post, I’ll reflect on and talk about both the process of “Dulce et Decorum Est” and the skills I gained from it, and how the Spring Exhibition went or if I can add more on the topic of the Spring Exhibition.WW1 Paragraph Placeholder


My Learning Adventure

Throughout the course of this project, we learned a lot of things. Some of those things included

  • learning the components of a successful story, along with the forms they take and why we tell them
  • stuff at MONOVA
  • causes of WW1
  • Canada in WW1
  • a deeper dive into some of the important aspects of the war (trench warfare, medicine, planes, tanks, and ships, weapons, PTSD, minorities and women in the war)
  • propaganda, consription, internment, ethical judgement

Overall, I was able to further my knowledge on a lot of topics I originally had little to no clue about.


The Skills

As for the skills I was able to pick up or further improve on, I’d say I utilized a lot of them. A few of them were as follows:

  • brainstorming for coming up with ideas for theatre script
  • acting
  • technology design (sound design and video editing)
  • paying attention (joke)
  • public speaking (WW1 weapons presentation)
  • reflecting

I feel like throughout not just this project, but the school year as well, I’ve gained and progressed on lots of new skills, and am therefore becoming a better learner than the year before. tPols here I come!

My Work

Dulce et Decorum Est:

”Museums tell stories in multiple ways, and in many forms. For example, there’s interactive displays, and even in those, there are multiple forms. There’s visual, auditory, tactile (touch), olfactory (smell), etc. There’s also dioramas, VR, and living exhibits, such as people pretending to be a notable character. There are also layouts that help to understand the story the museum is trying to show or make example of. Some of these are thematic galleries, time & date, location of events, and many others. All in all, museums can tell stories in a variety of ways to drive it forward in the way they choose.” -Keystone 1

”The competing narratives of war can be sectioned into 2 main views: “The reality of war”, and “the myth of war”. For example, the myth might be a healthy soldier in a crisp clean uniform and little to no injuries on a poster telling people to join, as opposed to the reality that in war, uniforms were dirty and may even have lice in them (see “Weapons of WW1” presentation, subclass “Bayonets”), and the soldiers would have grave wounds, with diseases passing throughout the trenches. The myth of war refers to the government using propaganda to protect the country, gain public support, counter enemy messages, and recruit soldiers. It fixes war in the glory of a “noble and necessary endeavour.” On the other hand, the reality of war is the more negative effects of such. For example, the negative side of propaganda was that it manipulates people, limits freedom of expression, and spreads false information. These different perspectives show that war is a complex topic, with some justifying propaganda’s use, while others loathe its impact on ethical values and society.”
-Keystone 2

Launchers, Torpedos, and Bayonets, oh my!

– Make sound louder = fixed by air playing it to TV
– make trench look more like trench = brown paper or cardboard
+ Acting was very good
+ Sound effects really added to the performance

+ Emotion was very powerful
+ & – Good emotional ending, but try to act better (practice)
+ & – Card is nice, but make sure you have an exhibition layout soon
+ & – Trench is easily noticed, but add texture
– Make grenades” -Keystone 3 feedback

– writing the Script and rewriting it to work around problems and ideas
– provide stomp rocket (for mortar shell)
– filming and video editing (for flashback)
– acting (in theatre performance)
– sound design” -Keystone 3 what I provided in the group work

Spring Exhibition 2023:

BONUS: My Experiences

Dulce et Decorum Est:

Throughout the project, we were given multiple opportunities to expand our learning. The museum visit to the Museum of North Vancouver (MONOVA) and the multiple classes for creation, planning, and work all helped us reach our final goal of making a true museum experience.

Spring Exhibition 2023:

Being able to showcase the work that me and my group had been working on for while was probably one of the most enjoyable parts of this project for me. Both during and after the Exhibition, my group and I got multiple compliments and rounds of applause, and I’m really proud of that. Each time we performed, we’d notice little things we weren’t happy with or wanted to experimentally change, and it slowly bettered our performance to what we could call satisfactory.

Driving Question and Answer

How can we make the contrasting narratives of war come alive for an audience?

It’s possible to make the contrasting narratives of come alive for an audience in a multitude of ways, and a museum is one of the best ways. Museums give the audience a unique experience to walk through history themselves, getting to see the different perspectives, listen to key stories and events, and explore many other possibilities. Theatre (living exhibits), interactive displays, VR and AR, dioramas, and many other things can offer an interactive and interesting experience to keep the audience intrigued and interested. All these things and many more make it fun to learn about and explore the contrasting narratives of war, as we got to see through our final product. The theatre performances, the interactive cannon (along with other interactive exhibits), and realistic dioramas were all a big hit during the museum experience on Exhibition night. Making the contrasting narratives of war come alive for the visitors was certainly a journey, but a rewarding one.

Chaotic Confederation

The Project Path

Welcome to “A Case for a Nation”. The nationalism/confederation DIY project. In this project, we brainstormed symbols of Canada, simulated confederation, and made a board game and corresponding rules.


My Learning Adventure

This project helped me learn about a whole range of things. Specifically, Canadian history. It’s funny to think that even though I live in Canada, I knew so little about its actual history. I learned a lot about PEI, along with all the other colonies and their histories before confederation brought them together to form the Canada we know today.

A little bonus thing I learned is in the “Symbols of Canada” activity, I researched Tim Hortons and learned more about how it came to be and it’s long history in Canada since 1964.


The Skills

In this project, I got better at making big decisions based on available knowledge (confederation simulation). I also was able to further strengthen my AR and video editing skills with the “Symbols of Canada” activity. Another thing I was able to get better at is thinking up, designing, and creating board games (collaboratively). The last time I had the chance to do this was back in grade 8, with the “Tectonic Chances” board game in Scimatics. I feel like I’ve come along way and can be proud of my (and my groupmate’s) work.

My Work

“The representatives of PEI chose to reject the Confederation invitation, but if the Confederation in the future becomes a stable, safe, and secure place, we will join at a later date. As of now, they remain a neutral party, not allying with either the U.S. or the Confederation. They made this decision due to the fact that two of their biggest and most pressing conditions weren’t met, and the situation of the economy. It would be too expensive for citizens of PEI to live in such a society where they’re basically poor all the time. Canada East and West benefitted from Confederation the most, as apposed to smaller colonies like PEI, who got the short end of the stick. The colony of PEI made significant efforts and struggle to have their demands met, and though they managed to have some of the more communal requests satisfied, they still couldn’t get the two biggest demands agreed with. I noticed that Confederation is a very tricky thing, where lots of hard agreements and bargains are made. This can be very troubling for smaller colonies as they may be ignored by bigger colonies and such.”

– Confederation Simulation Reflection

Board Game Proposal

Confederation Station

Driving Question and Answer

What did nationalism mean for people around Canada?

Nationalism is a complex concept that can have different meanings for different people. In Canada, nationalism can be understood in multiple ways, depending on influences such as cultural, political, and historical contexts.

For some Canadians, nationalism is a sense of pride and loyalty towards the country and its symbols, such as the flag, the anthem, and the maple leaf. This kind of nationalism is often referred to as civic nationalism (which I didn’t know until now), which emphasizes a shared political identity based on a common set of values, such as democracy, human rights, and the rule of law.

For others, nationalism is more closely tied to their cultural identity, language, and history. This form of nationalism is often referred to as ethnic nationalism (which I did actually know to call it), which emphasizes a shared ancestry, culture, and language as the basis of national identity. In Canada, this kind of nationalism is often associated with Quebec, which has a distinct French-speaking culture and a history of separatist movements.

In some cases, nationalism can also be tied to political movements or ideologies. For example, some Canadians may identify with a particular political party or ideology, such as conservatism or socialism, and view their political beliefs as an expression of national identity.

Overall, nationalism in Canada is a complex and diverse concept that can mean different things to different people, depending on their cultural, political, and historical backgrounds.

Outcast: The Bloge

The Project Path

Welcome to “Rise of the Frankenstuffies”! The project that I probably enjoyed the most in all of Humanities so far. In this project, we wrote stories, made storyboards, sewed together studies, filmed, and wrote (a lot). We also read the book “Leviathan” by Scott Westerfield. Come and delve into the world of sci-fi and fantasy in this latest blog post, made by yours truly.


My Learning Adventure

During the duration of this creative process, we read a book called Leviathan, and I ended getting hooked on the series (so much so that I borrowed the second book from the library). This project didn’t have much researching going on, and so most of the project was spent reading the book, and revising our stories, outlines, trailers, etc. as we went. I found this really enjoyable because the project as a whole had a lot more flexibility to it than other projects.


The Skills

During this project, we created lots of different things to reach our end goal, and with that, came new skills. For one, I learned how to sew with just a needle and thread, as this was necessary to create the “Frankenstuffies” that the project was centred around. I also increased my usage of green screening, cinematography, and video editing. I made a storyboard to plan out my trailer, and I’m starting to notice a common theme between storyboards and PLP, that being the fact that they’re commonly used.


My Work

Leviathan Jobs



Driving Question and Answer

How can sci-fi/fantasy fiction help us imagine a different future?

Sci-fi/fantasy fiction can help us imagine a different future by allowing us to explore new ideas and possibilities that may not be immediately apparent in our current reality. By imagining different worlds, societies, and technologies, we can expand our understanding of what is possible and what we might strive for in the future.


[psst, you should search up what the title means. it’s what I got from this project]

The Project Pitch

Welcome to Full Steam Ahead. The project that we had 15 school days to complete! In this project, we created cause and consequence graphic organizers, wrote a formal paragraph about (the environmental consequences of the Industrial Revolution, the consequences of urbanization, the consequences for workers, the impact on and consequences for war, the impact on children, or we selected a specific technological innovation and focused on its impact), learned about slam poetry, and created a slam poem about (see previous brackets).


My Learning Adventure

This project led me to understand quite of a few things. For one, I discovered more about what makes up a revolution, and just what the Industrial Revolution was all about. I learned about the inventions that made up the Industrial Revolution and the innovations that helped humanity progress farther than ever before. In this project, I also learned about what a slam poem actually is (definition), and etiquette of a formal paragraph/poem.


The Skills

In this project, I learned how to create a successful slam poem, as well as how to compose a formal paragraph. I would say that my researching skills improved, as well as my note-taking abilities, which were honed during the fill in the blanks and research segments of the project. I was also able to plan my poem and paragraph more efficiently than I could have possibly done before.

My Work

Driving Question and Answer

How can slam poetry help us connect to issues?

Because it presents issues in a way that is honest, personal, and empathetic, slam poetry enables us to connect with them. Slam poets frequently address societal and political issues by drawing on their own personal experiences, making them more relatable to their audience and having an impact. Additionally, slam poetry’s immediacy and energy come from its performance aspect, which can help raise awareness of pressing issues.

Skill Sprint with Rollercoasters (basically mini Destination Imagination)

Alright, smol post time.


What I learned

In this mini project, I learned the power of frie- just kidding. In this project, I learned about what kinetic, potential, and thermal energy is and how to determine where it is (with roller coaster examples). For example, the most potential energy is usually found at the top of the biggest hill, because it has the most potential. The most Kinetic energy, on the other hand, is usually found just before the roller coaster stops sloping down. So basically at the bottom of a hill.


What I Liked

I really liked the PHET simulator with an adjustable track, where you could launch people to the moon. (I think the rest of the class did too.)

I also enjoyed the process of creation and planning. Figuring out a design that could score us points, while still looking at the logistics of material cost and the sturdiness of the structure. It really let our imaginations run wild in our own unique ways (basically what an imagination is). I chose to make a Rick Astley coaster- nah. That would be funny is it worked though. My group settled on using the spiral to get multiple points while keeping the structural soundness, and it worked…for the most part.

I also had fun coming up with the name. “The Topsy Turvy”. That’s all I need to say.

What I would do better next time

I think that next time, I would add more support to the actual track so that it wouldn’t stop the marble from rolling, as it did in the videos. The sad thing is that, in almost all the test runs, it worked smoothly, going around all the spirals and turns perfectly, but in the videos, it didn’t work properly, and in the performance, it didn’t work the first few times and didn’t work properly the 3rd time.

That is all. Thank you for your time

Skill Sprint with Videos

Finding Fun with Videos



What went well with Jumpcuts?

I think that the transitions were very clean. We put lots of effort into them in the limited time that we had to film it and edit it. I’m also very pleased with the idea for our video. We decided to have a “teleportation device” be discovered, but instead of teleporting the person who pressed it, it teleports random person there and away again.


What would I improve on next time with Jumpcuts?

Next time, I would hope to keep the camera angles more consistent so that the screen doesn’t jump around so much during transitions. That way, the transitions would be a bit smoother and less unstable.



AR Snow Globe

What went well with my AR Snow Globe?

Remember those rubber red dodgeballs from gym class in elementary school?

Yeah, those ones.

Well, I kinda sorta put one in a snow globe. I have nothing else to say. It’s perfect in every way. (Hey, that rhymes \(^ヮ^)/ )

What would I improve on next time with my AR Snow Globe?

This was a pretty open activity, but there’s I few things I might change next time if I had the time. I would probably choose an image a bit more relevant to school (for example: a past assignments final product). Next time, I would, if possible, get the video in a plainer area with a more simple background and less details/people.


Green Screen Travel Videos

What went well with the Green Screen Travel Video?

I’m very happy with how this turned out. Who knew I could visit so many places with the click of a button (Sorry about the Ohio meme, that was very dead). I’m also satisfied with the fact that I could incorporate the jump cut technique from earlier into this as well (if not stealing the idea).

What would I improve on next time with the Green Screen Travel Video?

Next time, I think I would probably make the cuts a bit cleaner. I would also remove the Ohio sign because that isn’t that funny anymore and school assignments should be completed more seriously than if it were a personal creation.


Memoji Storytelling

What went well with Memoji Storytelling?

I think that the AR elements and transfer from Keynote to AR Makr went very well. I’m happy that I came up with such a funny idea, and I’m glad that the photo shots worked well.

What would I improve on next time with Memoji Storytelling?

I would like to improve my drawing skills as I was not happy with the final product of the Memoji storytelling. I want to add more details. I also want to make them look more realistic and less plain. I would like to, in the future work on my drawing skills more and refine them.


Viral Video Stopmotion

the link doesn’t work since copyright so just click on this

What went well with my group’s Viral Video Stopmotion?

The process of creating this was certainly a long one, one so long it stretched into the weekend. Just like in the Exciting Electricity project (blog here), I had trouble coming up with what to make originally. I decided to partner with a friend of mine (his blog here), and we came up with, you guessed it, Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up”. I’m very proud of how this ended up turning out. Some of the things I specifically liked were the characters, which I worked very hard on creating, as well as the frame by frame shots, which were meant to be closely related to the original music video. My friend made the backgrounds and helped me take some of the stopmotion shots.

What would I improve on next time with my group’s Viral Video Stopmotion?

Next time, I’d like to make the frames a bit more similar, and get the arm movement more precise. Other than that, I’m very happy with my final video.

Never Gonna Give You a Working Circuit: The Power of Electricity and Rick Astley (poor him)

(The reason for former of this title is due to the fact that at first, it took a few tries to get my operation game working and I got very frustrated at it. The reason for the latter of the title is due to the fact that in the process of making the game playable, I accidentally tore apart the Rick Astley paper doll.)

The Boring Sales Pitch

Welcome to Enticing Electricity (yayyyyy, an alliteration)! A magical place for kids and grown-ups alike, where fantasy and fun come to life. (Huh, wrong thing?) oh well. In this project, I created an infographic on a type of energy generation, learned about stuff, and created an “Operation” style game! Bonus points, it’s Rick Astley! (Or at least a very mangled version of him) Cameron is not responsible for damage to property or person.

[wow, three FNAF references in one paragraph. “A magical place for kids and grown-ups alike, where fantasy and fun come to life.” and “-is not responsible for damage to property or person.” is from phone guy’s first phone call. “mangle-ed” like the animatronic.]
[Tip for discovering what electricity is and how it moves: Stick a fork into and electrical outlet. Who knows, it might even give you superpowers!]


Looking Back/My Process

The process I took to get my operation game working consisted of looking at and studying the teacher’s finished box and circuit, and comparing mine to the example. To get my game working, I went step-by-step following both the instructions provided and the reference of the teacher’s box and eventually my game just worked somehow. I don’t really understand why my original design did not work as a complete circuit but I suspect that it could have been because I did not follow the instructions closely enough and didn’t have a lot of experience working with circuits.



The Skills/The Takeaway of the Process

Electricity is a wide subject with multiple uses, types, jobs, and functions stemming from it. In this unit I learned a lot more about electricity then I said what about then before I started. For one, I learned some of the more famous ways of generating electricity, and the pros and cons of each of them (through sharing around the class and Kurzgesagt). For example, NEI (The Nuclear Energy Institute) claims that solar photovoltaic plants need 75 times more acreage and that wind farms need 360 times more land to generate the same amount of electricity as a nuclear energy facility. I learned stuff like that just from a single keystone! I also learned about Ohm’s Law (Electrical Potential Difference/Voltage = Current x Resistance, Current = EPD/Voltage / Resistance, Resistance = EPD/Voltage / Current), protons and electrons, positive, negative, and neutral charges, and how to create a circuit diagram (what the symbols are and mean).

Next time, I would hope to make my board game look a little more tidy instead of looking like a little kid stepped on it, but I’m still satisfied with just the fact that it works and that I put effort into it. If I had infinite materials, I would most definitely make sure things were better attached, but such is life.


A Cameron Point-of-View

(What I, as a human being, enjoyed about it, some images, and some fun personal experiences I had during this time. Including after)



Video Link of Game in Action: Here

Alright, now that we’ve got all the necessary school stuff out of the way (except for the driving question which is last. Procrastination 😎), it’s time to be Camerooooonnnn.

I really enjoyed this project because we could honestly pursue the final task in a pretty wide variety of ways. You could choose any image you wanted (or create one), and choose any items you wanted to extract. I do have to admit, I was a bit lacking in the creativity department at the start, but then I got an idea. An awful idea. I got a wonderful, awful idea 😈.

[now a grinch reference too?]

I decided to do… Rick Astley. Yup. What do you extract from him you might ask? Well, it’s “Never”, “Gonna”, “Give”, “You”, and “Up”. Yup. Although, to make the holes big enough for it to be playable, I had to stab him many, many times. With a pencil, with string cutting scissors, with normal school scissors, and with a glue stick. Yup.

On the last day of semester 1, it was even better. We… made s’mores with Bunsen burners (you probably saw the images already). It was fun times in the classroom. We even got to watch Octonauts near the end! Best (and only) Science class ever!

Thanks for being such a great teacher Ms. Kadi!

-your definitely model student, Cam.

P.S. click on the first P.S.

Driving Questions and Answers

How does electricity help shape our society and how can we generate it more sustainably? 

Because it powers technology and makes it possible for modern infrastructure, electricity plays a crucial role in shaping society. It facilitates communication, lighting and heating our homes, and economic expansion. There are a number of options for more environmentally friendly electricity generation:

1. Renewable resources: Utilize renewable energy sources like solar, wind, hydropower, and geothermal to produce electricity without consuming any resources or emitting any emissions.

2. Energy conservation: Utilizing energy-efficient technologies and procedures in industries, transportation, and buildings can cut down on energy waste.

3. Smart grids: Install cutting-edge grid systems that are capable of effectively managing demand and integrating renewable sources.

4. Atomic power: Develop cutting-edge nuclear technologies that can produce electricity while minimizing waste and emitting no greenhouse gases.

5. Capture of carbon: To lessen their impact on the environment, fossil fuel power plants should capture and store carbon emissions.

Thank you for your time!