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View Resource How clean is the electricity I use? - Power Profiler

In the United States, electricity is generated in many different ways, with a wide variation in environmental impact. Electricity generation from the combustion of fossil fuels contributes toward...

http://www.epa.gov/cleanenergy/energy-and-you/how-clean.html
View Resource Welder

As a welder, she uses many different types of equipment, such as a jig, a grinder and a torch. In order to protect herself on the job she is required to wear a protective coat, hat, goggles and...

http://careers.iptv.org/people_detail.cfm?pplID=432&occid=17...
View Resource Communicating and Learning About Global Climate Change

This guide is designed to give you a brief overview of Project 2061?s recommendations for the relevant ideas and skills that all students should learn. Drawing on several Project 2061 resources, t...

http://www.aaas.org/news/press_room/climate_change/mtg_20070...
View Resource Word from the Street: Toxicity and Health

Issues of toxicity and health have become areas of concern for the financial community, leading to more engagement between investors and companies on toxic chemicals in products. Science, media...

http://www.bsr.org/reports/Word_From_St_Toxicity_Health.pdf
View Resource Food vs Fuel: FAQ

U.S. biodiesel has a very small impact on food costs. In the past year, food prices have risen 5.1 percent. Only an estimated 0.2 - 0.6 percent of that total increase has been contributed to biofuels...

http://www.biodieselsustainability.org/faq.html
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