These websites deal with ethanol as an alternative fuel. Learn the history of ethanol, how it works, what it is used for, how it is produced. Discover more about ethanol produced in Missouri, specifically. There are also links to eThemes Resources on Energy: Renewable and Non-renewable Graphic Approach and Energy: Renewable and Non-renewable.
This 57-page fact book is a compilation of information about fuel ethanol. Specific topics explored include the U.S. fuel ethanol program, energy security benefits, economic benefits, environmental benefits, and more.
How is the price of gas connected to the cost of breakfast? This article explores this relationship. It explores the topic of using ethanol as an oil substitute, discussion includes turning corn to fuel, effects on cereal, meat and milk, more farmers shift to corn, at the global table, and finding a balance.
Find a variety of information related to U.S. ethanol production. Includes brochures, research publications, educational materials for students and instructors, press releases, policy statements, and more.
These sites deal with energy in many forms, both renewable and non-renewable. Learn about hydropower, fossil fuels, nuclear, wave energy, fuel cells, solar, geothermal, wind, and biomass. Students can view many photographs on energy. Included are eThemes resources on windmills and energy.
These websites are about energy resources, but renewable and non-renewable. You can find information on fossil fuels, solar power, wind power, geothermal energy, hydroelectricity, biomass energy, fuel cells, and nuclear power. There are statistics, experiments, videos, interviews with scientists, and lesson plans.