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View Resource GreenHomeGuide

Everything is going "green" these days, and more and more builders and homeowners are actively seeking to incorporate energy efficiency elements into their residences. The U.S. Building Council has sponsored this site to provide expert know-how on how to create green information regarding countertops, bathrooms, landscaping, stone & tile coverings, and flooring. First-time visitors can get a...

View Resource The World Bank: Climate Change

Climate change continues to be of grave concern to many, and the World Bank is particularly concerned with the ramifications it will have on people in the developing world. Their Climate Change site is designed to provide an overview of their work on this vexing problem and information about their current projects, data sets, research papers, and books. Visitors should start by looking over their...

View Resource Real Prospects for Energy Efficiency in the United States

Energy efficiency is a topic of great concern among a wide range of stakeholders and this 210-page report from the National Research Council delves into some interesting new findings on the subject. Released in December 2009, the report looks into the subject of energy efficiency technologies and their viability in the coming years and decades. The report is divided into five primary chapters...

View Resource Scientific American: Energy & Sustainability

Energy and the broader ideas surrounding "sustainability" are hot topics today, and Scientific American has created this website to provide access to high-quality information about these subjects. The website begins with a list of "Latest Stories", and there is also a "Most Popular" listing so that users can gauge what other folks are interested in. Users shouldn't miss the "Multimedia" area,...

View Resource Technology and Environmental Decisionmaking

Each of the seven modules in Technology and Environmental Decisionmaking, from the Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC), focuses on using science and critical-thinking skills to explore an important environmental issue. The modules provide resources and activities for use in the classroom. The modules are: MTBE: From America?s Most Wanted to Most Unwanted Gasoline A...

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