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Lesson plan : generating methane
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South Carolina Energy Office
SubjectLesson planning--South Carolina; Energy conservation--Study and teaching (Secondary)--South Carolina; Methane as fuel--Study and teaching (Secondary)--South Carolina
In this lesson from Clue into Climate, produced by KQED (a California radio station), students will learn how methane digesters turn waste into usable gases and other fuels. Methane is a greenhouse gas known to trap heat more effectively than carbon dioxide. Find out how methane digesters can be used to turn pollution into an energy solution.
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