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Zero Emissions Day
Resource Type: Commemorative Days and Events

Zero Emissions Day, or ZeDay, aims to "give out planet one day off a year." ZeDay guidelines are simple: don't use or burn oil or gas or coal; minimize (or eliminate) your use of electricity generated by fossil fuels; don't put anyone in harm's way: all essential and emergency services operate...

Geological Survey of Alabama (GSA) and State of Alabama Oil and Gas Board (OGB)
Resource Type: Location-based Outreach Programs

The Geological Survey of Alabama, established in 1848, provides service and information to Alabama and its citizens as a natural resource data gathering and research agency. As part of its mission, GSA explores and evaluates the mineral, water, energy, biological, and other natural resources of...

Arizona Geological Survey (AGS)
Resource Type: Online Outreach Programs

Data and maps, research, reports, fact sheets, newsletters, visualizations, publications; Location: Tucson, AZ

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Horsehead Nebula, Bernard 33
Location-based Outreach Programs
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

Astronomy Clubs throughout the United States are invited to partner with NASA Space Place to bring news of specific NASA projects to their members and to help spread the excitement of space and Earth science, as well as the technology that advances the science. Astronomy Club will receive...

Variety of Minerals
Online Outreach Programs
HomeAdvisor

If you find rocks interesting, you might like to try rock collecting to help you learn more about rocks and minerals. In fact, you could even learn facts about geology as you search around your (home) to add rocks to your collection. Geologists study the physical and chemical changes that led to...

Students test water samples
Contests for K-12 Students
National Science Foundation (NSF)

The idea of a superhero armed with fantastic powers and tremendous technology has mesmerized the world for nearly a century. The ability to fly without wings, climb buildings like a gecko or see through walls is popularly interpreted as magical or of no scientific foundation. As we make advances...

Students test water samples
Contests for K-12 Students
American Chemical Society (ACS)

Each year, as part of Chemists Celebrate Earth Week (CCEW), ACS sponsors an illustrated poem contest for K-12 students. Participating ACS local sections invite area students to compete.

Saturn images taken from Hubble
Location-based Outreach Programs
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

The NASA Out of School Learning Network is managed collaboratively by three NASA centers: Glenn Research Center in Ohio, Langley Research Center in Virginia, and Stennis Space Center in mississippi. The NOSL Network developed and executed a common implementation framework for providing NASA...

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