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View Resource Population Growth Headed for Turn-Around

The Earth's capacity to sustain human population growth depends largely upon the natural ecosystem's ability to simply sustain human life. It is not the number of human beings that threatens the...

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/143055/population_g...
View Resource Alternative Fuels

Biofuels and other alternative fuels are discussed.

http://www.api.org/aboutoilgas/otherfuels/index.cfm
View Resource Facts on Fuel: Emerging Energy Technologies

To help meet future U.S. energy demand growth and to diversify the U.S. energy portfolio, U.S. oil and gas companies invested an estimated $121.3 billion from 2000 through 2007 on emerging energy...

http://www.api.org/aboutoilgas/factsfuel/facts-emerg-energy....
View Resource Creosote

Creosote is a mixture of chemicals used in a variety of products: coal tar creosote, wood creosote, coal tar, and coal tar pitch. It is produced by heating coal (coal tar creosote) or wood (wood...

http://www.losh.ucla.edu/losh/resources-publications/fact-sh...
View Resource Teachers' Domain

Teachers' Domain is an extensive library of free digital media resources produced by public television, designed for classroom use and professional development.

http://www.teachersdomain.org/
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