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View Resource "To Pollute or Not to Pollute" Common Pool Dilemma Game

In this activity, participants examine the thought processes they use to make decisions about the environment. They will be introduced to common pool resources or resources which are difficult to...

http://cred.columbia.edu/publications-resources/tools/educat...
View Resource 10 Ways to Save Money by Going Green

Companies everywhere are looking for ways to go green and make a positive difference for the environment. Policies such as mandatory "green training" of employees and energy conservation are being...

http://www.focus.com/fyi/small-business/10-ways-save-money-g...
View Resource Even with Great Tech, No Easy Answers on Energy

A number of factors--a swelling world population with more people aspiring to higher standards of living, limited resources, and a pressing need to curb pollutants--mean that the world needs more...

http://news.cnet.com/8301-11128_3-10360807-54.html?part=rss&...
View Resource Creating a Sustainable Planet

Awesome Library shows what we can do as individuals to reduce global warming and pollution by reducing fossil fuel usage, increasing the number of trees, and improving the availability of safe...

http://awesomelibrary.org/SustainablePlanet.html
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