Virtual travel focuses on energy use

 General Motors Education uses Google Earth to allow students and teachers to travel the world and discover the types of  energy people use to fuel their  cars, homes, and electronics.
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General Motors Education uses Google Earth to allow students and teachers to travel the world and discover the types of energy people use to fuel their cars, homes, and electronics. Includes lesson plans by grades and a blog for teachers, "Teach Green."

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