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View Resource TED-Ed: Feedback Loops, How Nature Gets its Rhythms

While feedback loops are a bummer at band practice, they are essential in nature. What does nature?s feedback look like, and how does it build the resilience of our world? Anje-Margriet Neutel d...

http://ed.ted.com/lessons/feedback-loops-how-nature-gets-its...
View Resource EARTH: The Operators’ Manual

?Earth: The Operators? Manual? (?ETOM? for short) is a rigorously researched, beautifully filmed and ultimately uplifting antidote to the widespread ?doom and gloom? approach to climate change. The p...

http://earththeoperatorsmanual.com/for_educators
View Resource Our Water: PowerPoint

Watershed and stewardship units, include lesson plans, model, service learning components. Nice example for other municipalities. POWERPOINT PRESENTATION: http...

http://www.cleargeneseewater.org/assets/PhaseIIpowerpoint.pp...
View Resource Global Climate Change

Scientific information, visually presented, on global climate change on earth with data on ice, carbon dioxide, sea level, and temperature data.

http://climate.nasa.gov/
View Resource Solar Thermal Train-the-Trainer

Blackstone Valley Vocational Regional Training School District developed a comprehensive workforce development programs to train solar thermal trainers. Download a zip file containing an overview,...

http://www.masscec.com/index.cfm/page/Solar-Thermal-Train-Th...
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