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View Resource Agricultural Energy Curriculum (agenergy)

Agricultural Energy teaching materials for instructors. Focused on harvesting energy from farms while considering cost and efficiency. Suited for high school and higher education…and completely free.

http://agenergyia.org/modules/
View Resource Economic Incentive Model for Sustainable Energy Use in U.S.

This research explores the potential of market forces to improve adoption of sustainable energy measures from the perspectives of three stakeholders; 1) the energy consumer, 2) the energy supplier...

http://www.cce.ufl.edu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Economic%2...
View Resource Center for Sustainable Systems Factsheets

Since 2001 the University of Michigan's Center for Sustainable Systems has developed a growing set of factsheets that cover topics including energy, water, food, waste, buildings, materials, and...

http://css.snre.umich.edu/factsheets
View Resource OnPoint

Cutting-edge webcast program featuring in-depth interviews and analysis with compelling energy and environmental policy leaders. OnPoint is filmed and broadcast daily from E&E's studios on Capitol...

http://www.eenews.net/tv
View Resource MITvideo: Energy

Videos profiling work on energy at MIT, which is currently focused on how to solve the hard problems around energy - both supplying it for a growing planet and harvesting it more environmentally...

http://video.mit.edu/channel/energy/
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