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The Future of Energy (#102)

From fossil fuels to wind power, there are several options in our current mix of energy resources. The benefits and drawbacks of each fuel must be considered. Issues surrounding consumption, efficiency, infrastructure, and enviornmental consequences must be resolved in order to meet our future energy needs. This program examines the possibilities, surveys the experts, and presents thoughtful questions to challenge the viewer. [28 minutes] Closed Captioning

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Grade Levels
6-8, 9-12
Curricular Areas
Science & Technology
Social Studies
Series Length
4 episodes
Average Episode Length
29 minutes
Record Rights
Recording/duplication allowed in perpetuity. If you miss the broadcast, contact your AEA for copies.
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Series Description: Produced by Iowa Public Television, EXPLORE MORE encourages students to unravel issues and make informed decisions about topics taken straight out of today's headlines. Through each program, students examine background concepts, investigate complex issues, survey stakeholders, and construct their own opinions on these timely topics. Award-winning companion Web sites provide added depth, student activities, and teacher resources.

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