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View Resource Energy's Water Demand: Trends, Vulnerabilities, and Management

The nation's energy choices embody many tradeoffs. Water use is one of those tradeoffs. The energy choices before Congress represent vastly different demands on domestic freshwater. The energy...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc31387/?q=env...
View Resource Global Warming Science

There is no longer any doubt in the expert scientific community that the Earth is warming?and it?s now clear that human activity has a significant part in it. UCS continues to support and com...

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View Resource Global Warming 101

What is global warming? Think of a blanket, covering the Earth. When CO2 and other heat-trapping emissions are released into the air, they act like a blanket, holding heat in our atmosphere and...

http://www.ucsusa.org/global_warming/global_warming_101/
View Resource Global Warming: What You Can Do

The Earth is warming and human activity is the primary cause. Climate disruptions put our food and water supply at risk, endanger our health, jeopardize our national security, and threaten other...

http://www.ucsusa.org/food_and_agriculture/what_you_can_do/
View Resource Global Warming: Big Picture Solutions

Who can reduce global warming emissions? We can?together. Our individual efforts are important, but the biggest impact on climate change will come from large-scale changes?well-reasoned int...

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