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    This infographic shows the top ten "greenest" states in the U.S. and I know they will surprise you.
    What's the key to using alternative energy, like solar and wind? Storage -- so we can have power on tap even when the sun's not out and the wind's not blowing. In this accessible, inspiring talk, Donald Sadoway takes to the blackboard to show us the...
    Even animals living in the deep ocean are affected by the increasing emissions of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. The ocean naturally absorbs carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, resulting in a more acidic habitat for ocean life. Researchers at the...
    The award-winning Students and Teachers Restoring a Watershed (STRAW) Project, now a project of PRBO Conservation Science, provides hands-on watershed education and environmental restoration opportunities to about 2,000 K-12 students each school year....
    This report by the U.S. Department of Energy is full of easy to understand infographics regarding the pace of renewable energy growth, the types of renewable energy being developed, as well as many other facets of renewable energy in the United States. ...
    Community, Energy, Technology in the Middle East (ComET-ME) The wind turbines Comet-me creates are first built and installed in the studio and later installed again in off-grid Palestinian villages. Visit our website, http://www.comet-me.org.
    Across the United States, the impacts of climate change are already in evidence and projected future impacts will have significant consequences. The range of possible future climate conditions demands a new paradigm for managing and protecting our...
    "Knowledge of Climate Change Among Science & Technology Museum Visitors reports results from a national study of what the American public understands about how the climate system works, and the causes, impacts and potential solutions to global warming....
    This short animation, produced by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, puts a humorous (although a tad far-fetched) spin on what ocean acidification may mean for organisms with calcium carbonate shells.
    Janine Benyus speaks about climate change and adaptation. She shares how biomimicry teaches us to be energy-efficent and is helping humans learn to live sustainably with the planet.
    Given enough time, sea life could adapt to climate change. Sadly animals evolve far too slowly. But we can change as quickly as we choose to. Small actions can make a real difference. What will you do to help ocean life and our future?
    This Candid Conversation offers a well rounded discussion featuring both theory and practice. David Sobel is a nationally recognized thought leader and author on environmental education and place based education with children. Both Tamara Schwarz and...
    A part of the Aquariums and Climate Coalition's ‘Candid Conversations’ series, this March 2011 webinar discusses the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication's Six Americas research and its usefulness in helping interpreters research their...

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