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Winds of Change: Teaching Your Students About Renewable Energy Solutions

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Most people want to reduce our dependency on fossil fuels, but are there enough viable renewable energy solutions to take their place?

Renewable energy is an expanding field of research that has changed a great deal in the past several decades. There are different approaches to renewable energy, and each methodology has its own set of benefits and drawbacks. Read on to find out some of the pros and cons of wind, solar, and hydrologic power, along with some activities you can try in your classroom to help students understand and explore each.

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Leah Dearborn

Leah Dearborn is a freelance writer based in the Boston area. A graduate of the journalism program at University of Massachusetts–Amherst, she spends her time writing about science, history, and books.

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