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Northwest Passage
Glenn Richard, SUNY at Stony Brook
An investigation of changes in polar regions using Google Earth.

How Much Energy is on my Plate?
Lane Seely, Karin Kirk
This activity is part of the community collection of teaching materials on climate and energy topics. This activity was submitted by faculty as part of the CLEAN Energy Workshop, held in April, 2011. This activity ...

State Electricity on Google Earth: How many Solar Panels would it Take?
Billy Goodman, Passaic Valley High School; Todd Greene, California State University-Chico; Maureen Padden, McMaster University
This activity is part of the community collection of teaching materials on climate and energy topics. These materials were submitted by faculty as part of the CLEAN Energy Workshop, held in April, 2011 and are not ...

Food and Climate Change
Michael Finewood
This course considers the reciprocal relationship between Earth's changing climate and the human production and consumption of food.

State of the States: Fuel Cells in America 2011
Sandra Curtin
The report provides comprehensive state by state coverage of policies, deployments, installations and funding occurring in the past year. In its 2010 report, "State of the States: Fuel Cells in America," Fuel Cells 2000 singled out California, Connecticut, New York, Ohio and South Carolina as leaders in moving the industry forward in the U.S. These "Top 5" states continue their reign in 2011, but several other states are hot on their heels. Fuel Cells 2000 selected Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Maryland, and Texas as "Up and Coming" states to watch.

Case Study: Alberta’s Oil Sands and the Rights of First Nations Peoples to Environmental Health
Source: Evergreen College - Enduring Legacies Native Cases http://nativecases.evergreen.edu/index.html
The Problem Alberta sits over one of the largest recoverable oil patches in the world, second only to Saudi Arabia. It covers 149, 000 square kilometers, an area larger than Florida, and holds at least 175 billion barrels of recoverable crude bitumen... But oil sands are a fundamentally different kind of oil. They take a lot of energy and a lot of water and leave a very large environmental footprint compared to all other forms of oil extraction. Because of this, the massive changes to the boreal forest and the watershed have prompted the United Nations to list this region as a global hot spot for environmental change. (H2Oil)

Podcast: TED Talks series - Jonathan Foley: The Other Inconvenient Truth
TED Talks
17:47 minutes TED Talks series, FILMED OCT 2010 - POSTED APR 2012 - TEDxTC A skyrocketing demand for food means that agriculture has become the largest driver of climate change, biodiversity loss and environmental ...

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Podcast: TED Talks series - David Keith's Unusual Climate Change Idea
TED Talks
15:56 minutes TED Talks series, FILMED SEP 2007 - POSTED NOV 2007 - TEDSalon 2007 Hot Science Environmental scientist David Keith proposes a cheap, effective, shocking means to address climate change: What if we ...

Podcast: NPR series - Growing Pains: Nations Balance Growth, Power Needs
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4:08 minutes NPR series, Published: August 7, 2012 Richard Harris investigates the increasing problem of the lack of availability of energy in the world. He explores the most recent massive blackout in India that ...

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