CCC - Module IV

Module IV - Renewable Energy and A Call to Action

Please make sure you are a registered Eco-School, participated in the free training through Wildlife University, and have read through the information on the Getting Started page.

Module IV, Renewable Energy and A Call to Action uses NASA satellite data to determine solar and wind potential for their school and allows students to take learning from throughout the curriculum and address local issues within the school and/or community - true project-based service learning!

Lesson 19: Solar Power Potential at your School


 Lesson 20: Wind Energy Potential at your School


Lesson 21: Eco-Schools USA Climate Change and Energy Pathways

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