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Transatlantic debate energizes Scotia-Glenville students

Scotia-Glenville High School students held a debate on alternative energy with high school students from Oaks Park High School in London. They were discussing the pros and cons of alternative energy sources of energy, including, but not limited to nuclear, bio-fuels, hydro-fracking, solar, wind and tidal.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Scotia-Glenville High School students held a debate on alternative energy with high school students from Oaks Park High School in London. They were discussing the pros and cons of alternative energy sources of energy, including, but not limited to nuclear, bio-fuels, hydro-fracking, solar, wind and tidal.
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Scotia-Glenville High School students apparently are not fans of nuclear power, but those chaps in England are. The American students ranked nuclear power last out of six alternative energy sources the country should explore, while students from Oaks Park High School outside London ranked it No. 1. Students from two of Rick Warren’s 12th-grade English classes participated Tuesday in a 90-minute discussion with the English students via video conference over the Internet. The event was ...


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