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Ozone Garden Toolkit Now Available Online

The Ozone Garden Toolkit is for individuals, schools, and community organizations interested in connecting people to the natural world by making the topic of air quality fun and educational. Ozone gardens use ozone-sensitive plants to make invisible air pollution...

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Students Learn About Air Quality Using Hands-on Technology

When Environment Science Teacher Angie Dickinson started a new unit on air quality this spring, she encouraged her students at Charlotte's East Mecklenburg High School to visit the PARTICLE FALLS art installation at UNC Charlotte Center City to see how the artist...

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Citizen Scientist: Biofuel forests for the future

[Written by Bill Schlesinger] The U.S. Senate seems determined to declare the substitution of wood for coal as a positive step to minimize the potential for global climate change. Under the Senate’s latest version of the energy bill, the various states, as they...

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EarthShare Brings Ozone Gardens to Carolina Raptor Center

On April 7th, EarthShare NC held its 2nd Annual Corporate Challenge - a program for businesses that integrates team-building for employees and service to benefit nonprofits like Clean Air Carolina and Carolina Raptor Center. This year, employees from Piedmont Natural...

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