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View Resource The Future of Nuclear Power

We decided to study the future of nuclear power because we believe this technology, despite the challenges it faces, is an important option for the United States and the world to meet future energy...

http://web.mit.edu/nuclearpower/pdf/nuclearpower-summary.pdf
View Resource 2009 Update of the MIT 2003 "The Future of Nuclear Power"

In 2003 a group of MIT faculty issued a study on The Future of Nuclear Power.1 The study was motivated by growing concern about global warming and the urgency of developing and deploying electricity...

http://web.mit.edu/nuclearpower/pdf/nuclearpower-update2009....
View Resource A Quest for Batteries to Alter the Energy Equation

This article from the NY Times explores battery developments in Allentown, PA. In a gleaming white factory here, Bob Peters was gently feeding sheets of chemical-coated foil one afternoon recently...

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/28/science/28batt.html?pagewa...
View Resource Architecture2030: Climate Change, Global Warming, & the Built Environment

Climatologists at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) confirmed that the highest global annual average surface temperature in more than a century was recorded in 2005.

http://www.architecture2030.org/
View Resource Mother Earth News Magazine

Mother Earth News is the guide to living ? as one reader stated ? ?with little money and abundant happiness.? Every issue is an invaluable guide to leading a more sustainable life, covering ideas f...

http://www.motherearthnews.com/
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