Energy, 1st Edition

  • Diane Marczely Gimpel
  • Published By: Lucent Press (Rosen)
  • ISBN-10: 142050357X
  • ISBN-13: 9781420503579
  • DDC: 333.79
  • Grade Level Range: 7th Grade - 10th Grade
  • 112 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2010 | Published/Released June 2010
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2010

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The Hot Topics series adds depth to student analysis of the most current issues of the day. Each title provides thorough and balanced information on an important political, social, cultural, or moral topic. Visually appealing presentations and compelling examples provide context and inspire critical thought about issues that affect students, their peers, and their community.

This volume explores the issues of energy use, policy, and possible new sources. Chapters address the current status of the world's energy use and the role of governments in addressing energy concerns; the impact of voluntary conservation and the transition to energy efficient technology; the current use of alternative energy sources; and the future of energy from where we stand.

Features and Benefits

  • Offering insight into the lives of people who have made an impact in the modern era, People in the News volumes are sure to be of interest to students researching current topics and popular culture.
  • Full-color photographs, maps, and charts enhance volumes in this series.


"This series has added new books ever since it began in 2006.  It presents contemporary topics such as AIDS, organic foods, and online social networking in a format that encourages research and further study.  Complex issues are well-researched, well-written, and supported by photographs and charts as necessary."--Book of Note 2011, Tri State Young Adult Review Group

— Tri State Young Adult Book Review Committee

"This is a great book for students writing reports and for those who have an interest in the topic. Kafka does a fine job of presenting differing opinions and historical background..." School Library Journal, January 2007, on Cloning

— School Library Journal

"Exceptional features of the series are the discussion questions for each chapter, the organizations to contact section, and nice bibliographies that include multiple formats."VOYA, Dec. 2007