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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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Citizen Science and Climate Change

March 30th, 2015

As the planet continues to experience climate change, it’s important to be able to measure the impacts that these dynamic conditions are having on people and the environment. Scientists expect very heavy precipitation to increase across the country, while at the same time dry spells leading to drought are also projected to increase in severity. […]

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Climate Fact: Facts about Phenology

March 30th, 2015

Across America, climate change has already started to interrupt nature’s rhythm.  Plants have begun to flower at different times than before, largely in tandem with long-term temperature and precipitation trends.  The USA National Phenology Network has compiled some of the most robust analyses of observed flowering season changes for each region of the United States […]

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