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Solar Energy and Diversifying Energy Resources

Students analyze the benefits and drawbacks of solar energy by investigating a real-world conflict between farmers ...

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Electricity Generation from Renewable Energy

Use the MapMaker Interactive to find out which countries are getting their electricity from renewable sources of en...


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Solar Storms

Video. Scientists use data to create models of solar storms—violent, dangerous, and more powerful than anything on ...


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Alternative Energy Use

Use the MapMaker Interactive to explore alternative energy use by countries across the globe.


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burrow

A burrow is a tunnel or hole that an animal digs for habitation (a place to live) or as a temporary refuge (a place...

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Renewables Roundup

Richard Alley puts numbers on global renewable resources: solar, wind, geothermal, biomass, and conservation....



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Lightbulbs in the Desert

The idea of concentrated solar power is 100 years old. Explore the journey from Philadelphia a century ago to the S...

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Nat Geo MapMaker Kits

Program. MapMaker Kits offer K-12 students the opportunity to work with key mapping concepts at a variety of scales...


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Turkana Community

Photo: Large courtyard with freshly washed clothes on lines.


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Solar Panels

Photo of a man laying out thin, flexible, black panels.


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Further Award

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Eliza Scidmore Award

The Eliza Scidmore Award combines scientific rigor and storytelling to advance our understanding of the environment...

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