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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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Don’t Feed the Algae

July 27th, 2015

Although some algal blooms can produce toxins that are dangerous for animals and humans, a bloom doesn’t have to generate toxins to wreak havoc on its environment. When an algae population receives an influx of nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorus in warm, slow-moving water, it can multiply out of control. The layer of algae that […]

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A River Ran Through It: How Climate Change is Impacting U.S. River Systems

July 27th, 2015

Did You Know? Heavy downpours are increasing nationwide, especially over the last three to five decades. The largest increases have been in the Midwest and Northeast. 1 in 3 Americans depend on seasonal or rain-dependent streams for drinking water. 70% of electricity in the Northwest is supplied by hydroelectricity. Climate change impacts the quality and […]

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