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View Resource Ecological Impacts of Wind Energy Development on Bats: Questions, Research Needs, and Hypotheses

At a time of growing concern over the rising costs and long-term environmental impacts of the use of fossil fuels and nuclear energy, wind energy has become an increasingly important sector of the...

http://dropthelines.com/downloads/Kunz.Bats_&_Wind.07.pdf
View Resource Appliances and Home Electronics

If you live in a typical U.S. home, your appliances and home electronics are responsible for about 20% of your energy bills. These appliances and electronics include the following: * Clothes...

http://www.energysavers.gov/your_home/appliances/index.cfm/m...
View Resource Electricity

It's hard to imagine life without electricity. In our homes, we rely on it to power our lights, appliances, and electronics. Many of us also use electricity to provide our homes with hot water, heat,...

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View Resource Assessing Risks to Migratory Wildlife from Wind Energy Development

Wind offers an alternative energy solution that appears to be environmentally friendly and sustainable, yet considerable uncertainty remains as to the risks and potential impacts on migratory and...

http://www.johnsonfdn.org/sites/default/files/conferences/wh...
View Resource National Water Funders Forum

This Memorandum presents a summary of the discussion, deliberations and identified next steps from the January 13 ? 15, 2010 National Water Funders Forum (Forum). The Forum was sponsored by the W...

http://www.johnsonfdn.org/sites/default/files/conferences/wh...
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