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View Resource Policies to Change the World: Energy Sufficiency - Eight Policies towards the Sustainable Use of Energy

This booklet discusses how energy sufficiency is the best solution for reducing energy consumption and waste. It presents policies for reducing global energy consumption such as energy auditing,...
View Resource Plausible Biological Cause For Major Climate Events

Scientific news article about Snowball Earth eras. These are times when ice periodically covered the globe, and the era called the Cambrian Explosion, which produced the first fossils of almost all...
View Resource Annual Report on the Environment in Japan 2006

The document reports on the state of the environment of Japan in FY 2005. It consists of an overview on population decline and the environment of Japan. It also describes the origins of Japan's...
View Resource Science Education Resources Center (SERC)

The Science Education Resource Center (SERC), an office of Carleton College, works to improve education through projects that support educators. The office has special expertise in effective...
View Resource Starting Point: Teaching Entry Level Geoscience

Materials, strategies, examples, and resources for teaching about earth systems designed for faculty and graduate students teaching undergraduate entry-level geoscience, environmental science, or...
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