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Renewable energy resources by
Call Number: 333.7 SOL
Publication Date: 2010
Which renewable energy source is most used today? How will renewable energy help combat climate change? What renewable energy comes from under your feet? Renewable Energy Sources explores the energy sources that will power the future. You will learn about everything from wind energy to biofuels. You will discover why some energy sources are used in large power stations while others are great for your home or your car. So, come on a fantastic journey into the world of renewable energy.
Protecting the Planet by
Call Number: 333.72 DEL
Publication Date: 2009-07-01
Earth's climate is warming up, and its plants and animals are at risk. How will they survive the change in climate? What can you do to help? Send a petition. Eat organic. Buy in bulk. Turn off the lights. Even small changes can help preserve and protect the planet and its inhabitants. Join the Green Generation. Together we can make a world of difference.
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