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View Resource New Experiences, New Opportunities

The ATETV project delivers web-based videos to connect students to careers in advanced technology. In this episode of ATETV, video game design, green building technologies, and wind energy technologies are discussed and individual students and employers share their enthusiasm for these exciting -- and rapidly growing -- technologies. The episode can be watched in full or through the three...

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 Sustainability: What Does It Mean To You?

This presentation from Arlynne Wolf looks at the topic of green design and sustainability in the context of a building design and construction course. This material would be a good introduction for building students looking at the topic of sustainability for the first time in a course. It includes information on "10 Trends of Sustainability." This document may be downloaded in PowerPoint file...

View Resource Fuel Cells: Driving the Future

This fuel cell module was created by General Motors and Weekly Reader to supplement science courses for students in grades 5-8. Its duration is 4-5 class periods and includes a teacher?s guide, posters, interactive diagram, and four classroom activities. Topics discussed include automotive history, environmental and energy concerns, fundamentals of fuel cells, fuel cell technologies, and s...

View Resource How is E85 Ethanol Made?

An article and flash animation by General Motors discussing the lifecycle of E85 from the growth of corn to burning E85 in an engine.

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