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- Earth Preservers Extra
Earth Preservers is an environmental news and information site on the Internet, combining a monthly educational newsletter for kids with continuously-updated reports that find the green in everything – from science and technology to fashion and design; from crime and the law to music and art; from jobs and business to sports and celebrities. Content includes short films and documentaries; interactive quizzes; free online classroom resources; videos of inspirational eco-kids in action, thought-provoking poll questions about the way we live, and more.
- Kyle Forinash-references for environmental physics
links to resources, and a bibliography, for energy and other topics crossing environmental science and engineering and physics.
A few useful pieces of content and a links list for renewable energy. Beware the plagiarism.
- Electric Cars are for Girls
Advocacy and information about electric vehicles, transportation, female environmental leadership, and climate change.
- NREL Solar Data Links
Get solar data from these links, including insolation and spectral data.
- Wind Power from Wind Turbines
Interesting conglomeration of information and advocacy for wind power in the US.
- Fuel Cell Markets
A portal to information and industry entities in the world of fuel cells. Includes a calendar of events world-wide about fuel cells and hydrogen. Based in the United Kingdom. A very large directory of organizations and corporations in the industry, including in education.
A hub of internet-based information about electric vehicles.
- New York Science Teacher
Online directory of resources for educators in New York State, including lesson plans, multimedia, and links.
- Teachers Guide Climate Change and Global Warming
From Carnegie Mellon University, writings and links for educators, especially K-12.
- A Hotlist on Energy Education