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View Resource Green Technology: Sustaining the Earth

In this interactive activity produced for Teachers' Domain, explore five different areas of research and innovation in green technology: renewable energy and conservation; green building; transportation; manufacturing; and pollution and waste management. Within the categories, investigate examples of innovations in solar power, biofuels, energy efficiency, materials efficiency, planes and trains,...

View Resource Fuel Cells in Transportation: Teacher's Guide

This teacher's guide will provide useful for classes learning about the future of renewable energy for transportation. Specifically, this classroom unit looks at fuel cells. This unit should take anywhere from 1-4 class periods to complete. Students will learn the components of a fuel cell, understand how the technology works, learn how thermodynamics apply to fuel cells, and learn the larger...

View Resource Oil Spill Prevention Response and Cleanup: Google Earth Virtual Field Trip Activity

In this well thought out virtual field trip your students will learn about oil spill prevention response and cleanup methods at various sites in Alaska. It is an excellent activity to teach students about policy and procedures needed to make oil transportation safe. In addition, it is a great science activity to learn about the microbiology methods behind cleaning up oil spills. The 2008 ATEEC...

View Resource Exxon Valdez Oil Spill: Google Earth Virtual Field Trip Activity

The 2008 ATEEC Fellows Institute brought 18 community college and high school instructors from the environmental sciences to Alaska. They created virtual field trips using Google Earth. In this beautifully designed virtual field trip your students will take a trip through the Prince William Sound from the Alyeska Marine Terminal. From there the class will explore the path that the oil took as it...

View Resource Alyeska Marine Terminal- Transportation Security and Environmental Impact -Google Earth Virtual Field Trip Activity

In this activity from ATEEC, students will take a virtual field trip in Google Earth to the Alyeska Marine Terminal in Valdez Alaska to explore how oil is transported, the security measures in place, and environmental impacts of the terminal. The goals of the activity are for students to "visualize the setting of the Alyeska Marine Terminal, explore the security issues of the marine terminal,...

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