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a| VaAlASP c| VaAlASP
a| Music's energy footprint h| [electronic resource].
a| [London] : b| Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, c| 2009.
a| 1 online resource (17 min.).
a| How science works ; v| 1
a| Title from resource description page (viewed Mar. 5, 2012).
a| Restricted for use by site license.
a| In 2007 a group of influential people from the music industry formed Julie's Bicycle, an organisation dedicated to reducing the industry's greenhouse gas emissions. They brought Catherine on board, who identified three main areas of emissions; live music venues, audience travel, and CD manufacturing. Catherine visits the Indigo at the O2 in London. The venue's operations manager shows her his energy-saving measures. Julie's Bicycle discuss the problems of trying to reduce audience travel emissions, how the carbon footprint of CDs can be reduced by 95% and how renewable energy sources may be the only way to ensure a low carbon future.There are curriculum materials fully integrated with the programme, plus additional CPD materials and bonus web clips.
a| Previously released as DVD.
a| Electronic reproduction. b| Alexandria, VA : c| Alexander Street Press, d| 2012. f| (VAST: Academic video online). n| Available via World Wide Web.
a| This edition in English.
a| Science x| Study and teaching z| Great Britain.
a| Environmental sciences x| Study and teaching (Primary) z| Great Britain.
a| Energy conservation.
a| Carbon x| Environmental aspects.
a| Instructional television programs. 2| lcgft
a| Alexander Street Press.
a| Glasshead Productions. 4| pro
a| Academic Video Online.
c| Original publisher catalog number o| J/3577/001
u| http://hdl.library.upenn.edu/1017.12/1896524 z| Connect to streaming video
b| web h| -