What Do Light Bulbs Have to Do with Air Pollution?
Students examine how they can reduce air pollution by using certain types of light bulbs. They calculate the amount of carbon dioxide emitted in order to power each type of light bulb, and identify changes they can make to reduce air pollution.
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