Energy in our homes: A glimpse into South Korea! By: Erin Twamley If you look inside a Korean traditional home, called a Hanok you will find environmentally friendly raw materials like soil, timber, rock and [...]
What has NEED been up to this fall, you ask? Science teachers conventions! Well, as Willie Nelson would say, we’ve been everywhere, man! From California to Massachusetts, NEED’s been making appearances at science teachers conventions [...]
This is just a guess. But Blue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant has probably never given a tour of their facility with quite as many questions about their statistics as they had Thursday, when NEED [...]
Author Cassie Chesson It's just like that optical illusion where some people see a vase and others claim to see two faces. Taken from different perspectives, the same thing can form markedly varied impressions. When [...]
After being invited and given a scholarship to attend the NEED National Youth Conference and Award Ceremony last June, the Chance School Green Team reached out to Congressman Yarmuth and invited him to attend the [...]
Local Atlanta area educators spent their evening at Clean Currents, a conference devoted to hydropower and marine energy, learning about technology and careers in the industry. Thanks to the National Hydropower Association for having us! ... See MoreSee Less
I continue to be so impressed with how well The NEED Project has made ongoing professional development and training engaging, hands-on, relevant, and available to teachers -and students!- during the challenges of Pandemic learning! Way to step up and out there, NEED team!!
This afternoon we kicked off the first session of the virtual Energy Industry Study Program (EISP) for EIA employees to participate in! This is year 18 of the EISP Program! A huge thank you to Kevin Galligan for being our guest speaker and sharing a wealth of knowledge and insight about pipelines, energy infrastructure, and energy efficiency with the group. ... See MoreSee Less