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Designing for Disaster

The National Building Museum in Washington, DC is presenting a multimedia exhibition, Designing for Disaster, from May 11, 2014-August 2, 2015. Check out resources on weather preparedness, environmental engineering and green building.

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Take a Second

EGtas1Show in an Instagram video how you take a few seconds to share energy and win great prizes by entering the Take a Second contest! Need inspiration? Learn different ways you can save energy.

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Tap into Energy and Water Savings

October 20th, 2014

Faucets account for more than 15 percent of indoor household water use—more than 1 trillion gallons of water across the United States each year. What’s more, every time you use hot water, you’re using energy to heat that water. Tip: It’s Energy Action Month! Save energy and water at the tap by swapping out your [...]

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Climate Change, Pollen and Allergy Season

October 13th, 2014

Pollen grains are used by plants for fertilization and reproduction, but in humans, pollen can cause respiratory problems like hay fever and asthma. Most of the pollen that triggers allergic reactions comes from trees, weeds and grasses. One single ragweed plant can produce one million pollen grains in a day and ragweed pollen has been [...]

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