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How Do Solar Panels Work? #Infographic #SolarPanels

How Do Solar Panels Work? #Infographic

I typed in "Solar Energy Farm". This illustration shows how solar panels work. This would be beneficial in understanding the process and how it could be beneficial on farms. It is linked to an energy related website.

Meet the extraordinary 16-year-old inventor of bio-plastics made of bananas, Elif Bilgin. She won the Science in Action award 2013 facilitated by Google and took home 50,000 dollars of prize money. She inspired people to be more creative when it comes to saving the planet, and as proof of her success, she was given Google’s “Inspired Idea Award.” "People should never give up on their goals. I didn't and I discovered something brand new."  Elif Bilgin…

Sixteen-year-old Elif Bilgin spent two years developing a bioplastic from banana peels. She hopes the non-decaying plastic will help replace the need for.

Xiuhtezcatl, Indigenous Climate Activist at the High-level event on Climate Change - YouTube

United Nations - Remarks by Xiuhtezcatl, indigenous climate activist and Youth Director of Earth Guardians at the opening segment of the High-level event of the United Nations General Assembly on Climate Change June

Alexis Jane Torre: Why All High School Students Should Take Environmental Science

Why All High School Students Should Take Environmental Science

Finally, a climate change game you’d actually want to play | Grist

Finally, a climate change game you’d actually want to play

The kids are telling adults to do what needs to be done now. | Young People Suing Their Government Over Climate Change Just Won Another Big Case

Young People Suing Their Government Over Climate Change Just Won Another Big Case

The kids are telling adults to do what needs to be done now. | Young People Suing Their Government Over Climate Change Just Won Another Big Case

13-year-old conservation photographer is changing minds, one animal photo at a time. Photo: Ashleigh Scully behind the lens.

13-year-old conservation photographer is changing minds, one animal photo at a time

conservation photographer is changing minds, one animal photo at a time. Photo: Ashleigh Scully behind the lens.

Judge rules for teenagers in climate change case in Washington, USA. "Kids understand the threats climate change will have on our future," said 13-year-old petitioner Zoe Foster. "I'm not going to sit by and watch my government do nothing. We don't have time to waste. I'm pushing my government to take real action on climate, and I won't stop until change is made."

A group of teenagers has convinced a King County superior court judge to order the Washington State Department of Ecology (ECY) to consider statewide reductions in carbon dioxide emissions.

The teenage activist and musician who made headlines about climate change when he addressed the UN in June talks about what inspires him

Xiuhtezcatl Roske-Martinez: ‘Our greed is destroying the planet’

Colorado-raised eco-activist and rapper Xiuhtezcatl Martinez is a powerful voice in the youth-led climate movement. He's got a 2014 Ted Talk under his belt, and

Grist: “How to explain climate change to teens.” | Follow along as a science educator from the Alliance for Climate Education finds lively ways to teach teens about rising temperatures.

How to explain climate change to teens

Stanford study: Participation in a cultural activity may reduce prejudice Researchers find that social connections spark interest in another culture and engaging in behaviors associated with that culture may reduce implicit bias.

Climate change in the classroom: visualizing global warming effects with nothing but a glass of water and a marble ‹ Reader — WordPress.com

Kyoto Protocol Extended to 2020 at Doha Climate Change Conference by Tafline Laylin Read more: Kyoto Protocol Extended to 2020 at Doha Climate Change Conference

Selina Leem, 18 year old from Marshall Islands, speaks at final COP21 plenary - YouTube

Selina Leem, 18 year old from Marshall Islands, speaks at final plenary