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View Resource UNESCO Resource Kit: Science and Technology Education

Scientific and technological literacy is about understanding and applying concepts, process skills, attitudes, and values which enable a person to relate science and technology to the life and culture of his/her own society. This resource kit includes 26 modules relating to alternative energies.

View Resource Renewable Energy: Capstone

This is the culminating activity in the series of lessons on renewable energy. It serves to reinforce the idea that renewable sources of energy are necessary for a sustainable future, and to discuss some of the present impacts and potential drawbacks to renewable energy. In the activity, students will use online resources to research their present energy consumption and investigate whether it...

View Resource U.S. Department of Energy: Biomass Program

From the U.S. Department of Energy, this website presents information about the Biomass Program, whose mission is to work with U.S. industry to transform "abundant biomass resources into clean, affordable, and domestically produced biofuels, biopower, and high-value bioproducts." Visitors can download the Biomass Program Multi-Year Program Plan which outlines "the Department of Energy's strategy...

View Resource University of Wisconsin Energy Institute

The University of Wisconsin consistently ranks among the top university recipients of Department of Energy research funding, and their interdisciplinary work brings together faculty researchers and other scientists from engineering, chemistry, life sciences, and other related disciplines. Their Energy Institute website provides timely and compelling information about some of their work, along...

View Resource U.S. Department of Energy: FreedomCAR and Vehicle Technologies Program

The FreedomCAR and Vehicle Technologies Program, under direction of the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, works "to strengthen America's energy security, environmental quality, and economic vitality." The Program is a collaborative effort with industry leaders to develop transportation technologies that reduce the nation's dependence on imported oil and...

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