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和訳お願いしますm(._.)m (1)People on Samso saw the island's future in the use of biomass. (2)Biomass is not harmful to our health or to the environment and can produce energy repeatedly. (3)Today the people have begun to say, “This renewable energy project is our project.” (4)Samso's main energy sources-wind and solar-are also renewable. (5)They have been successful in setting a model for countries that are poor in natural resources, and for the people in the world who worry about the day when fossil fuels run out. (6)No wonder this small island of about 4,000 people is visited by as many as 1,000 people every year.


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(1)サムソの人々はバイオマスの使用にその島の未来を見た。 (2)バイオマスは我々の健康に対しては有害ではない、環境に対しても有害ではない、そして繰り返し可能なエネルギーを作れる。 (3)今日、人々は「再生可能なエネルギープロジェクトは我々のプロジェクトだ」と言い始めている。 (4)サムソの主たるエネルギーの源、風力と太陽、は再生可能である。 (5)彼らは天然資源に乏しい国々や化石燃料が枯渇寸るのではないかと心配している人々にモデルをセッティングしているのに成功している (6)4000人の人口しかない小さな島に毎年1000人の人が訪れるのも不思議ではない。



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