Here's a fun video to check out: "Blue Man Group on Global Warming"



EIA Kids Page (This is one of my favorite energy websites - Click here to check out lots of good facts)


Energy Resources: (Some of the links are bad but the rest are very good places to find out about alternative energy sources)

Energy Quest
(Try their "search" tab to find the info you need)

US Department of Energy

Discover Magazine Archives use the search engine to look up articles

WWf - Earth Hour: http://www.earthhour.org/

Mount Hollyoke College: This college has some good info - How to save electricity, energy myths, etc

Energy in Brief -- what everyone should know about energy: http://tonto.eia.doe.gov/energy_in_brief/renewable_energy.cfm
(Renewable energy facts)

Mythbusters -- Save energy by turning off lights

Energy Information Administration (Official Energy Statistics from the US Government)

National Renewable Energy Laboratory (Check out the links on this page to find specific info about solar, wind, biomass, geothermal & other renewable resources.)

Project N.E.E.D (National Energy Education Development) Click here for a variety of information books in pdf format. Topics from solar, wind, biomass, etc. Teachers can order a classroom set upon request.

Calculate your carbon footprint: (cool interactive website)

Illinois Facts & Figures Check out the fact sheets as well as the menus on the left hand side of the page

Energy Efficiency World (info, games, videos... also parent & teacher resources)

Need ideas? Here is a google search page that will connect you to many interesting energy webquests

Energy savings in your home: Click here to find some great tips for saving energy at home!

Solve the Retrofit Puzzle (The Empire State Building is going green and you can check it out yourself!)

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