Covering the vocabulary, history, resources, technology, and crosscutting social, political, and economic factors associated with global energy trends, Energy 101: Energy Technology and Policy creates energy experts who can see beyond the noise of modern energy discussions and think more critically about global energy issues. This 32-chapter text is intended for high school students, college students, and energy professionals.
Resourcefulness: An Introduction to the Energy-Water Nexusteaches key concepts about water and energy for grades 6-12 classrooms, colleges, industry, and the general public. The goal of this free resource is to improve water and energy literacy, encourage conservation, and inspire the next generation of innovators.
Watt Watchers of Texas is a free, state-sponsored STEM program to help boost energy literacy for K-12 students and help schools save money by saving energy. Students join Lil’ Tex and Ann on patrol as official Watt Watchers, helping to save Texas by rounding up the Wasters Gang. Plus, with dozens of activities centered around conserving energy, food, water, and materials that are so much fun, your students won’t even realize how much they’re learning.
Power Trip: The Story of Energy uncovers the hidden energy that is embedded in our modern way of life, revealed as the underlying force behind WATER, FOOD, WEALTH, CITIES, TRANSPORTATION, and WAR. Filmed around the world, the six part documentary series takes viewers on a journey through the past, present and future of energy.
Thirst For Power offers a new, holistic way of thinking about energy and water—a big picture approach that reveals the interdependence of the two resources, identifies the seriousness of the challenges, and lays out an optimistic approach with an array of solutions to ensure the continuing sustainability of both.
From the gushing geysers of Giant, to the plutonium-powered time machine of Back to the Future, Hollywood has entertained us with unforgettable, often iconic images of energy. Join energy expert and professor Dr. Michael Webber as he explores 70 years of energy on the big screen.