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ENVI 40 - Critical Thinking and Evidence-Based Reasoning for the Environment (Martin, Spring 2024): Energy and Environment Data

Course Library Research Guide

Energy Data

  • Department of Energy Data Explorer
    • DOE’s officially designated data explorer provide expertise and specialized services to ensure that important data collections are stored appropriately, processed and organized as needed, and made available for reference or reuse. The new Data Explorer consolidates the DOE's data projects, collections, and datasets. Some of the data centers have both a physical and online presence; others, like the Alternative Fuels Data Center, are online “organizations” only. Most of the major centers maintain “raw,” original data resulting from scientific experiments or scientific monitoring activities. After processing or analysis, many of the centers make their data available through customized databases or usable through special toolkits. Some centers also provide statistics, graphs, or other information based on research data. Most centers provide data freely; some require a password for certain collections.
  • Energy Statistics
    • Reported by the United States Energy Information Administration (EIA), the EIA collects, analyzes, and disseminates independent and impartial energy information to promote sound policymaking, efficient markets, and public understanding of energy and its interaction with the economy and the environment.
  • International Energy Statistics
    • Reported by the International Energy Agency, the IEA is an intergovernmental organization which acts as energy policy advisor to 30 member countries and partners in their effort to ensure reliable, affordable and clean energy for their citizens.  The IEA conducts a broad program of energy research, data compilation, publications and public dissemination of the latest energy policy analysis and recommendations on good practices.

Environment Data

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