“…check out US EPA’s redesigned green chemistry website:
www.epa.gov/greenchemistryNotable highlight: For the first time, you can view a table (or download a spreadsheet) of
all nominated technologies.
We hope you find it helpful!
Green Chemistry Program”
From an email this day from
Vol. 6 (2) of the Newsletter, dated Aug. 15, 2013, lists some key reports about alternative energy, more specifically about solar energy, wind power, hydrokinetic power, biofuels, and geothermal.
“This issue features a sampling of new and historic information available from NTIS via the
NTRL V3.0 and the NTIS website related to the topic of Alternative Energy and the Environment. “
Free subscriptions of this monthly newsletter can be had by writing to G. Guthrie at Greg Guthrie [GGuthrie@ntis.gov]
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new website highlights the International Polar Year, an intense program of research, analysis, and observations at Earth’s poles that has yielded insights important to the entire planet. Meet the scientists who are exploring these icy landscapes and watch a webinar presentation.
Watch a video outlining some of the conclusions from a new National Research Council report on sea-level rise along the U.S. west coast, specifically north and south of Cape Mendocino, Calif.”
These include a webinar and video.
Source: What’s New @ the National Academies, July 9, 2012