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View Resource Kamchatka: Siberia's Forbidden Wilderness

This "Living Edens" PBS site features the historical, biological, and geological wonders of the Kamchatka Peninsula. Many aspects of Kamchatka are explored within the topic headings: The ring of fire, Remote secret, Kamchatka creatures, Bountiful breed, and Bering Island. The site also provides links to additional web resources, a teacher resource page including lesson plans on Kamchatka's...

View Resource Education Programs: K-12

NREL's Office of Education Programs seeks to promote science, mathematics and technology education using renewable energy as the vehicle to capture student interest. Engaging students in science and engineering activities opens the door for both study and career opportunities in these disciplines. Students from traditionally under represented ethnic and gender groups are encouraged to participate...

View Resource EPA: Science Notebook

What are those hard-working scientists at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) up to? That's a good question, and the very fine Science Notebook website has the answers. The site "offers a window into science at EPA, through stories, interviews, videos, podcasts, and more." The Science Notebook homepage includes links to "Greenversations with Scientists", an ongoing feature that profiles...

View Resource National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project

The mission of the NEED Project is to promote an energy conscious and educated society by creating effective networks of students, educators, business, government and community leaders to design and deliver objective, multi-sided energy education programs. NEED, and the teachers, students, partners, and sponsors who make up our network, strive to make energy education a priority in the nation’s ...

View Resource Putting Meat On The Table: Industrial Farm Animal Production in America

Most people have probably heard about the recent troubles with mad cow disease, but they might not know much about the broader changes that have occurred with meat production over the past fifty years. This compelling 124-page report, released in April 2008, takes a close look into the nature of industrial meat production in America. The report was funded by a grant from The Pew Charitable Trusts...

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