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View Resource How Much Can You REALLY Save with Energy Efficient Improvements?

This is a list of specific actions anyone can take to save energy and water in their home, along with the potential annual savings for all of them.

http://energy.gov/energysaver/articles/how-much-can-you-real...
View Resource Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves Report: Five Years of Impact: 2010-2015

Case study. Five years ago the global community came together with a common vision ? to shine a light on and change the way millions of people in developing countries cook. While there have been e...

http://cleancookstoves.org/resources/406.html
View Resource Defining Environmental Technologies and Services

The energy field is in a state of diversification and transition. As advances in renewable energy are developed and established, the United States will continue to depend on both traditional and...

http://ateec.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/DefiningEnergy_F...
View Resource Technology and Environmental Decision-Making: Nonpoint Source Water Contamination

Thirsty? Turn on a faucet or twist the lid from a bottle nearly anywhere in the United States. Most of us take it for granted that water is there when we need it or want it. But will it always be?...

http://ateec.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/NPSwater_FINAL_2...
View Resource Technology and Environmental Decision-Making: Climate Change

A subject both complex and controversial, climate change is a problem of global proportions. A Web search engine will return well over one million results for a query about ?global climate c...

http://ateec.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Climate_Change_F...

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