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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

EGtas1Congratulations to the Grand Prize winners of the Take a Second Energy Video Contest! Watch their creative and informative videos sharing how to save energy. And learn additional ways you can save energy.

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Stay Warm, Burn Wisely

December 15th, 2014

Brrr! When the temperature goes down outside, fireplaces and wood-burning stoves can take away the chill inside. Smoke from a crackling fire may smell good, but it can impact air quality in your home and your health. Smoke is a mixture of tiny particles and gases produced when wood burns – the fine particles can […]

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Chocolate, Weather and Climate

December 15th, 2014

For many people, chocolate is one of life’s great pleasures. Globally, European countries like Switzerland, Belgium, Germany and Austria are among the largest chocolate consumers. Americans consume about 11 pounds of chocolate products per person per year, and this year the U.S. saw an increase in prices for chocolate products, in part due to changes […]

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