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Environmental Science & Studies: Internet Resources

A guide to Environmental Science resources at the Woodruff Library.
  • Last Updated: Sep 13, 2017 4:30 PM
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Helpful Web Sites

Go Green!

The following resources for green living were provided courtesy of Teams Captain Planet and Nemo, a group of high school students who are committed to protecting our environment by providing options for eco-friendly living.

Air Pollution and Children - this article focuses on health effects that ambient and traffic related air pollution has on pregnant women, their infants, and young children.

Air Pollution and Emissions Control - air pollution and air pollution solutions have become important rallying points for environmental groups. Car manufacturers have been working to provide autos that have lower emissions. Here are some valuable resources to help you learn more about air pollution, its health effects and solutions.

Built Green - introduced in 1195, Built Green Colorado is one of the oldest and largests green home building programs in the nation. The purpose of Built Green Colorado is to encourage home builders to use technologies, products and practices that result in homes that are better built and better for the environment.

Green Living - click here to connect with links to green living projects and other green conservation initiatives which promote a health environment.

Kids 4 Clean Air - click here to access information sheets for ages 5 to 11, to help children learn about our planet's air and mankind's impact upon it. There are also a series of games and puzzles to help them learn and have fun.

Energy Saving Tips for Appliances - saving energy can help cut your household costs and benefit the environment. Making sure appliances run efficiently can reduce waste and make for a more environmentally friendly home.

Wood Furniture and Crafts for Children - follow this link to locate great resources to help kids get interested in carpentry and wood working.

What is Wikipedia?

Wikipedia is an online encyclopedia which can be edited by anyone. It is not a bad place to start your research but do not stop there! Keep in mind that anyone can contribute to articles in Wikipedia and be mindful of the accuracy of the information posted.

Here is a short article about Wikipedia

From NPR: Palin Wikipedia Entry Gets Overhaul

From NPR: Scanner Tracks Who's Changing What on Wikipedia

Internet Resources for Environmental Sciences & Studies