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View Resource EnergyTrends.org Educational Resources

Many Americans are motivated, and able, to save energy, but lack readily available, helpful information and feedback to help them do it.. EnergyTrends.org was created by the Lexington Institute to...

http://www.energytrends.org/category/lesson-plans/
View Resource MIT "Green" Alternatives Wizard - Green Chemistry

This database provides information on alternatives to hazardous chemicals or processes. Choose one of four starting points: To replace a chemical currently in use, click Chemical to Replace...

http://ehs.mit.edu/greenchem/
View Resource Determination of the Fundamental Electronic Charge via the Electrolysis of Water

The allure of universal physical constants is unmistakable. Membership in this set is reserved for only the most fundamental data in science. To the novice student, these entities often appear more...

http://www.acs.org/content/dam/acsorg/greenchemistry/educati...
View Resource Cleaning up with Atom Economy

Cleaning up the environment and, more importantly, preventing pollution are important issues in today's world. The theme for the 2002 National Chemistry Week was "Chemistry Keeps Us Clean." While the...

http://www.acs.org/content/dam/acsorg/greenchemistry/educati...
View Resource Teachers TryScience

Teachers TryScience features hands-on lessons focused on environmental science. Each lesson is integrated with effective teaching strategies, practical how-to's and other helpful support

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