For this Earth Day, let's explore clean vs. green. What is the difference? Which is better? We often hear these terms when talking about the environment or our climate. Many of us don’t know the difference between the two terms, so let's take a look!
One way to get kids interested in science is by letting them do science. Discoveries made are discoveries remembered! This might seem hard—after all, how can fifth graders contribute to actual scientific fields of knowledge? With citizen science!
On August 15, 1916, Congress created the National Park Service and ever since, the natural beauty and wonder of this country has been treasured, protected, and learned from by millions of people, including scores of schoolchildren.
Encroached by the largest mountain majesties on the planet, smothered between the most populous countries on the map, and fiercely devout to the oldest religions in the world, the landlocked Himalayan nation of Nepal infuses an air of one part medieval, one part modern, and as a whole, utterly mysterious.
a guest post by Erin Twamley, coauthor of Renewable Energy: Discover the Fuel of the Future
Let the games begin! Welcome to the Renewable Energy Olympics. Imagine if every four years, renewable energy technologies came together to compete in variety of energy competitions. The Renewable Energy Olympics could bring nations from around the world together to compete for a healthy planet.