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Stars and Pop Cans: The Green Goals of a College
This short was produced by The Green Interview for the Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC), which provides trades training and vocational education on 13 campuses and in six community learning centres. The flagship campus on the Dartmouth waterfront (featured in this short) was designed to be a model of sustainability…
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Energy is, without a doubt, the very foundation of the universe. It's the engine that powers life and fuels the evolution of human civilization. Yet for all its importance, what energy really is and how it works remains a mystery to most non-scientists. For example:
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Going to Green Complete Collection
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The Consumer and The Planet
Learn how small, everyday actions can conserve energy sources, reduce your carbon footprint, and even save money in the process. This program deciphers 'green' marketing claims and labels such as 'ENERGY STAR', 'DfE', renewable and sustainable. We illustrate eco-friendly ways to buy, prepare, store and dispose of food, and explore…
Towards a Greener Future (Environmental Solutions)
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