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View Resource Biodiesel and Energy Security

United States oil consumption continues to rise. The U.S. uses approximately 20 million barrels of oil a day (or 840,000,000 gallons), more than half of which is imported. Twenty million barrels is...

http://www.biodiesel.org/pdf_files/fuelfactsheets/Energy_Sec...
View Resource The Half Plan -- Cut Your Energy Use, Energy Cost, and CO2 Emissions in Half

We used the Half Plan to cut our total energy use, energy costs, and greenhouse gas emissions in half (and then some).

http://www.builditsolar.com/References/Half/Half.htm
View Resource Wind Energy: Views on the Environment

Eleven page summary of public opinion surveys on the environment in general, renewable energy in general, and wind energy in particular in that order, using data gathered from polling in the U.S.,...

http://archive.awea.org/pubs/documents/oppoll.PDF
View Resource Efficiency & Geothermal

Did you know that the typical U.S. family spends close to $1,300 a year on its home's utility bills? Unfortunately, a large portion of that energy is wasted.

http://www.irenew.org/Energy_Efficiency.html
View Resource Biomass

Bioenergy is stored energy from the sun contained in materials such as plant matter and animal waste, known as biomass.

http://www.irenew.org/Biomass.html
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