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Scientists use cow burps as an alternative source of energy!

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There are ways of reducing the amount of pollution caused by burning coal, even if coal remains a relatively dirty source of energy.

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It might sound like a load of bull, but cow manure has heaps of potential as an energy source.

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The average Canadian produces the equivalent of about 20.3 tonnes of carbon dioxide per year, or about the weight of four adult African elephants!

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According the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization, food wastage is the third-largest source of greenhouse gases in the world. What can you do about it?

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In this video to learn about the molar volumes of gases, how to calculate this and where this knowledge is needed in everyday life. (Video courtesy of The Virtual School).

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Not convinced about climate change? This hip hop song will lay it out for you.

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While everyone agrees the climate is changing, some suggest recent changes are a result of natural weather cycles. The majority of scientific experts believe the changes aren't occuring at a natural rate and it's our fault. So what's the deal?

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In the 1970s, the Earth’s ozone layer came under attack. More than 30 years later, the ozone layer's future is looking a lot brighter! 

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