Renewable Resources

November 2010
American School & University;Nov2010, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p224
The article focuses on the energy conservation strategies undertaken by the education institutions. It reports that many colleges and universities have signed the American College and University Presidents Climate Change Commitment to cut emissions of greenhouse gases. It states that use of renewable energy makes it possible for education institutions to reduce carbon footprints, control their electricity bills, and develop a market for renewable technologies.


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