From computers to vacuums to video game consoles, there's been a lot of talk about how many watts our daily lives use. While it's important to be aware of how much electricity or gas you use to work and play, it can be hard to relate to watts.
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According to the Department of Education, it takes an average of 25 gallons of water to produce one kilowatt-hour (kWh). What does this really mean? What does one kWh do for us?
In this season of hope, let us hope that President Obama and Congress will exhibit the wisdom and bipartisanship necessary to prevent taking the nation over the cliff and will do so in a way that protects the environment, including rivers and the...
Over 500 fourth graders, 23 NAU future teachers and many representatives from the City of Flagstaff, Willow Bend and other departments from NAU heard the recent challenge put forth by Alexandra Cousteau to give more attention to the water crisis. They all came to participate in Arizona Project Wet Water Festival, where they learned all about this precious resource.
Letters: Wastewater isn't 'waste'Los Angeles TimesIt's wrong to call wastewater biosolids "waste." There's no waste in wastewater, and the faster we look at reusing every aspect of this resource, the better.
As we venture together into what it means to be a girl interested in the STEM fields, we wanted to know, straight from the students, what they look for in a mentor, so we asked them, "What does it mean to be a woman in STEM?
By: Tia Ghose, LiveScience Staff Writer Published: 12/28/2012 11:28 AM EST on LiveScience Looks like Tiger Mom had it half-right: Motivation to work hard and good study techniques, not IQ, lead to better math skills, a new study shows. But...
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Math is an essential skill to solving many of the world's most troubling issues, including continual access to clean water. If students learn math while using it to solve real problems in their communities, such as improving water use efficiency at their home or school, then making the effort to learn math will have more purpose and worth.
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