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    • Sustainable Sustenance 

      Xthona, Tabit; Shindelman, Sarah; Carter, Dylan; Goldberg, Julie (University of Oregon, Clark Honors College, 2011-12)
      In order to meet demand in the U.S., current food production uses about 50% of the country's land area, 80% of its fresh water, and 17% of its fossil energy. Currently, much more energy goes into production than we get out ...
    • Transportation Fuels & Policy 

      O'Neal, Chip; Deal, Parker; Hassanein, Karim; Young, Abby (University of Oregon, Clark Honors College, 2011-12)
      Despite the forecast of imminent end of petroleum, the future of transportation fuels is bright. Concerns over peak oil and climate change have motivated the research and development of alternative energy and transportation ...
    • Transportation Systems 

      Borlant-Guertler, Gabe; Tillotson, Brock; Landsem, Paige; Wickman, Lindsay (University of Oregon, Clark Honors College, 2011-12)
      The current US transport system is centered around, and highly reliant of, individuals driving their own car on government constructed roads and highways. This has been the case for the past half century. The current state ...