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Links last updated 2019-05-21 21:08:19.

EPA NE Regional Laboratory (OEME) - Ambient Air
http://www.epa.gov/region1/lab/air/ambientair.html
EPA's map of ambient air monitoring sites in New England
Eversource in-school programs for energy conservation
http://eversourceinschool.com/
Eversource, a publicly traded utility in New England, offers programs for K-12 schools that engage students in learning about energy conservation.
Future Solar Systems LLC
http://futuresolar.wordpress.com/
Future Solar Systems is a systems integrator that brings volume buying power and experienced installation resources along with project financing to deliver large solar electric systems for our commercial and public customers. We make it easy and affordable for everyone to have an advanced high performance solar PV system.
FSS works with schools to finance and design solar power systems.
NESEA Sustainable Green or Yellow Pages
http://nesea.org/nesea-green-pages-business-directory
The most comprehensive directory of businesses in the Northeast that can help you with sustainability issues.
New England Association of Chemistry Teachers
http://www.neact.org/index.htm
New England Association of Technology Teachers
http://neatt.org/
New England Biodiesel
http://newenglandbiodiesel.net
Biodiesel equipment and supplies, experience with schools and safe installations. Offers workshops.
New England Coalition
http://www.necnp.org/main.php
Advocates safe energy in New England and has provided education and resources for alternatives to nuclear power.
New England Electric Auto Association
http://www.neeaa.org/
The NEEAA offers a fuel-savers guide and displays electric vehicles at various shows.
New England Science Center Collaborative
http://www.nescc.info/
Promotes education about climate change. Lots of teaching tools available as links or their own materials.