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Available from any computer with Internet access.
Available from any computer with a library card.
Available from any computer with a library card,
provided by the State Library of NC.
Available from any computer within a library building.
Earthday.gov is a cooperative effort across the entire U.S. government..
EPA's Earth Day Web site offers you many tips and fun ways to protect the environment and your health every day. Learn about the history of Earth Day.
Sierra Club's Earthday
Be sure to check out their "Green Tips Library."
The United States Environmental Protection Agency site that gives information about going green. This site contains an excellent Kids Green section.
Journals on topics including agriculture, renewable energy sources, natural resources, marine & freshwater science, geography, pollution & waste management, environmental technology, urban planning, and more.
EPA Zip Code Search
Put in your zip code to find out about pollution, how clean your electricity is, energy star appliance dealers, the UV index, and community clean ups in your area. Don’t forget to click on Energy-related Searches, Other Searches or the other possibilities on the right side of the page to see all your search options. From the Environmental Protection Agency.
A freely accessible research database from EBSCO focusing on the relationship between human beings and the environment, with well-researched but accessible information on topics ranging from global warming to recycling to alternate fuel sources and beyond.
Household Emissions Calculator
Get a “ballpark” estimate of your current energy emissions, suggestions for how to reduce your family’s greenhouse gas emissions, and an estimate of how much money you can save by reducing those emissions. From the Environmental Protection Agency.
Do you live in the city of Durham and want a more environmentally-friendly neighborhood? The NEAT program may be for you and your neighbors.
Tax Incentives in North Carolina for Renewable and Energy Efficiency
A comprehensive source of information on state, local, utility, and federal incentives that promote renewable energy and energy efficiency. From NCSU.
Last Update: August 28, 2012