Helps you understand climate change and various environmental issues better. Learn more about how the planet Earth really works and how you can live better with the environment.
- A to Z listing that is easy to use. All the way from 'Abrupt Climate Change' to 'Flocculation' to 'Thermal Mass' to 'Zonation'
- All locally stored, does not need net access to work
- Preference for changing text size to suit your screen
- Single click: cross linking to related entries & blog posts; link out to use search engine & link out to related articles
- Keyword based search across all entries
- Built in directory of related sites
- Best of ten quiz - helps you learn the definitions
- Works with android search widget (menu > Settings > Searchable Items, select Green Dictionary)
- Less than 450k in size, hardly takes up any space!
In short a useful eco and green dictionary in your pocket. Great as a study aid.
Keywords: AGW, environment, ecology, sceptical, environmental science, climate change, alternative energy, solar power, biodegradable, green, carbon dioxide co2, composting, passive solar, ecofriendly, global warming, organic, renewable, recycling, wind power, geothermal, geography, greenhouse gases, air pollution, carbon emissions, alternative energy, green home, sustainable development, ecology, energy, weather, food, fuel, heat, world, life, education, research, skeptical, atmosphere, geothermal heat pump, wind turbine, ocean, trading, whaling, peace, fraking, coal, forests, gm, genetically modified, natural gas, wind farms, emissions, biofuels, climategate, saving power, cutting bills, alternative energy, triple bottom line, global weirding
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