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View Resource Ethanol Across America: Education

This site offers numerous informational links concerning research, uses, production, benefits, technical performance and the impact of ethanol-fueled vehicles. Despite it?s non-destructive e...

http://www.ethanolacrossamerica.net/education.html#minute
View Resource 350

Last year, millions of people from nearly every country on the planet were united by a common purpose: to build a powerful global movement to solve the climate crisis. The slideshow on the left is...

http://www.350.org/
View Resource Alliance for Responsible Energy Policy

AREP supports wise policy that promotes renewable energy production in an environmentally friendly manner. Currently proposed renewable energy projects are almost entirely sited in vital habitats...

http://www.allianceforresponsibleenergypolicy.com/
View Resource Traditions of the SUN

An ancient native American sun related traditions set of videos and articles. Our shared interest in better understanding the mysteries of the Sun, forms a common bond between those who built the...

http://www.traditionsofthesun.org/
View Resource BetterBricks

The goal of BetterBricks is to help business professionals understand the power of energy efficiency to make a real difference in their buildings and in their business. It?s about how to make b...

http://www.betterbricks.com/Default.aspx
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