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For audio, call 1-218-486-1600 Then use access code 341 879 *6 will mute and unmute your phone Please mute phones until called upon Moderators Monica Bruckner

Science Education Resource Center, Carleton College Karin Kirk Science Education Resource Center, Carleton College

SUNY Empire State College Katryn Wiese Earth Sciences Department Chair City College of San Francisco Todays Goals

Assist educators of climate and energy science in quantifying sustainable energy alternatives and sharing ideas for in-class activities that will demonstrate to our students the relevancy of this issue in their lives and the roles they can play. Have a lively discussion of the book,

Sustainable Energy. Discuss key points from the paper Share experiences from our own courses Gain insights that we can apply to our own teaching

Suggested discussion items: How does the content of this book relate to your particular students? How will this book affect your teaching -- in terms of content? Methodology? Anything confusing? Anything not clear?

Anything really powerful or strange? Any especially interesting passages? Any especially interesting thoughts provoked? Limitations in/of the book? LETS START WITH A FEW ICEBREAKERS

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How does the content of this book relate to your particular students? How will this book affect your teaching -- in terms of content? Methodology? Anything confusing? Anything not clear? Anything really powerful or strange?

Any especially interesting passages? Any especially interesting thoughts provoked? Limitations in/of the book? NASA Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)

Fuel type emissions (g CO2 per kWh of chemical energy) Natural gas 190 LPG 210 Petrol

240 Gas/diesel oil 250 Heavy fuel oil 260 Coal 300 Calorific values of fuels (kWh/kg)

Ethanol 8.2 Propane: 13.8 Hydrogen: 39 Natural gas: 14.85 Firewood: 4.4 Coal 8.0 Diesel oil 12.7

Petrol 13.0 Crude oil: 37 MJ/m3 = 10.3 kWh/l 1 ton of coal: 29.3 GJ; 8000 kWh Fusion energy of ordinary water: 1800 kWh/l Year 2000 Global Emissions by Humans 34 gigatonnes (Gt)

carbon-dioxide-equivalent per year (34 GtCO2e/y) 6 billion people on the planet Average person ~ 5 tCO2e/y Average US citizen ~ 24 tCO2e/y 74% of emissions comes from energy

Energy = joule (J) = K.E. = 0.5mv2 = 1 kg (m/s)2 1 kwatt-hr = 1000 watt hours (energy produced by 1000 watts of power acting for 1 hour) = 3600 kJ or 3.6 MJ = 50 cups of tea 1 food calorie = 1 kilocalorie = 4.2 kJ Power = Energy/time = kwatt-hr/hr = kwatt 1 watt = 1 joule per second

1 kwatt = 1,000 joule per second 1 kwatt-hr/day = 41.7 watt = 3600 kJ/day Closing Question Based on study, other readings, and your own experiences in the classroom, what strategies are you

planning to use to address sustainable energy alternatives in your classes? (What approach?) Wed like your feedback: Evaluation form link: http://

serc.carleton.edu/NAGTWorkshops/climatechange/webinar/dec_ eval.html UPCOMING EVENTS: January 21 Webinar: Misconceptions About Climate Change - Susan Buhr, University of Colorado

February 11 Book club: The Great Ocean Conveyor: Discovering the Trigger for Abrupt Climate Change, by Wallace Broecker

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