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View Resource Standby Power Tours

Tour home standby energy use in California, USA, Tokyo, Japan, Paris, France, Sweden, Wellington, New Zealand, and Victoria, Australia. PowerPoint presentation.

http://standby.lbl.gov/archives/hometours.html
View Resource Slowing Leaking Electricity to a Trickle

Electronics play an increasingly pervasive role in home appliances and office equipment. This is generally a good thing because the electronics help provide new features and amenities. Electronic...

http://www.osti.gov/bridge/servlets/purl/793737-dp88sZ/webvi...
View Resource Standby Power Use - Definitions and Terminology

PowerPoint presentation.

http://standby.lbl.gov/pdf/paris99/paris99-ppt-1.html
View Resource "Dead-Zones” and Coastal Eutrophication: Case-Study of Chesapeake Bay

A five-page module on the importance of seagrasses and the trends they are experiencing in the Chesapeake Bay area. The site includes a five-minute video on seagrasses, a one-minute video on the sea...

http://www1.coseecoastaltrends.net/modules/seagrass/get_star...
View Resource Biodiesel Story

Biodiesel from is covered A to Z in this episode of Motor Week. Hear from biodiesel users themselves, including Arlington County, VA and farmer leaders

http://www.tomorrowstechnician.com/Article/36289/the_biodies...
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