* CRAP test:Patel, N. (2014). Environmental and economical effects of fossil fuels. Recent Research in Engineering and Technology. This journal (published in 2014) definitely provides information that relates to the topic: impacts of fossil fuels use on environment. Its author is an assistant Professor-II from Samanta Chandra Sekhar Institute Of Technology And Management, who is qualified enough for this paper. Moreover, it also includes all of the references- where the information came from. Roser, Hannah Ritchie and Max. (2017). Fossil Fuels. Retrieved 2017, from OurWorldInData.org: https://ourworldindata.org/fossil-fuels On a website of government (.org), this post was posted in 2017, which brings us relevant content of it title. The authors are both very learned- they come from University of Oxford and University of Edinburgh. All sources of data and information are clearly cite in the end of the post.Summarizing the content of the resource:Both of them indicate not only environmental but also economics effects of fossil fuels use. However, the journal also emphasizes the definition and sources of fossil fuels (including coal, oil and natural gas) and environmental impacts, otherwise, the second gives us a clearer reality of world fossil fuels use and prices of them with more statistics, graphs and bar charts (economic impacts).Paragraph supporting for thesis statement: “Government should insist on diverse sources of energy to grow up the alternatives because of natural resources scarcity, financial challenges and environmental pollution caused by fossil fuels” by integrating evidence from both sources. First of all, conventional natural sources of energy are limited and nonrenewable. Fossil fuels (coal, oil and gas) are finite-consume them for long enough and global resources will eventually run out: number of years of their reserves left are 114, 52.8, 50.7 for coal, natural gas and oil respectively (Roser, Hannah Ritchie and Max, 2017). Moreover, traditional energy sources also cause environmental pollution because carbon dioxide (CO2) is the unavoidable product of fossil fuel consumption. In a journal for Recent Research in Engineering and Technology, Nivedita Patel (2014) informs that many of the environmental problems the world faces today result from our fossil fuel dependence: global warming, air quality deterioration, oil spills, and acid rain. Financial challenges of fossil fuels will be the last factor. Government must spend a huge amount of money on researching technique to exploit since fossil fuels are underground. After that, they have to do a complicated process to make them useful. As a result, they are really expensive.