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Advanced Placement Environmental Science teachers met online to discuss energy education in the world today and create an exciting new online curriculum, Switch Classroom for AP Environmental Science, launching this Fall.
The University of Pamplona (Colombia) chapter of the Switch Energy Club was recently honored as the first place winner in the Sustainable Development in Energy Projects Contest sponsored by the AAPG.
The International Association of Geophysical Contractors discusses the ongoing effects of the pandemic on the energy industry with Dr. Scott Tinker.
Dr. Scott Tinker talks about the worldwide effect of the pandemic on energy with the Petroleum Equipment & Services Association.
Dr. Scott Tinker discusses the global energy outlook on the Oil Intel podcast with hosts Adam Cohen and Michael Beimford.
Switch Classroom is an online learning platform scheduled for release in Fall 2020. Centered on College Board® AP Environmental Science guidelines, Switch Classroom is free and provides a structured curriculum that covers energy resources by using engaging videos, presentations, quizzes and other high-level activities.
Dr. Scott Tinker discusses the future of energy on the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) podcast Context: Energy Examined with host Tonya Zelinsky.
The most recent issue of the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE) Publication First Break features the article “Energy Transition Requires Critical Thinking” by Crosstalk columnist Andrew McBarnet.
“Switch On succeeds because it doesn’t argue about inequality or about how transformative modern energy can be, it shows it.” - Robert Bryce
Presenting: The new global energy documentary from Switch Energy Alliance, Switch On!
The Texas Tech University School of Law’s Energy Law Program hosted a screening of Switch Energy Alliance’s second film, Switch On, on March 9, 2020.
SEA is in the production stage of a new short film that demonstrates the importance of energy in our lives.
Dr. Scott Tinker spoke to a number of state electric cooperative associations. Electric cooperatives are private, independent electric utilities, owned by the members they serve. The public perception of the energy landscape is providing challenges to U.S. electric cooperatives. Dr. Tinker provided an overview of the global energy scene.
The University of Houston-Clear Lake hosted a screening of SEA’s first film, Switch.
Next week's Shale Insight 2019 conference in Pittsburgh, PA, will include featured speakers Scott W. Tinker, Bureau Director, and President Donald J. Trump.
Switch Energy Alliance is reaching out to universities to launch annual energy case competitions.
SEA's Teacher Advisory Council returns this fall to develop energy content.
SEA recently participated in the Advanced Placement Annual National Conference. SEA spoke to AP Environmental Science teachers about SEA’s new AP Environmental Science web-based energy curriculum and worked with teachers to perform a hands-on solar photovoltaic lab.
SEA hosted nine elite AP Environmental Science teachers to develop innovative, interactive energy curriculum.
SEA’s Chairman, Scott Tinker, spoke to over 300 Advanced Placement Environmental Science high school teachers, emphasizing the importance of critical thinking when analyzing energy issues.
Derek Tinker and Bill Hays, SEA employees, spoke at the Austin Rotary Club about pursuing a smart energy future.
Scott Tinker spoke about energy poverty and SEA’s upcoming film Switch On at the recent AIPN Summit.
Switch Energy Alliance recently participated in the Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering (TAME) State STEM Competition by speaking to the TAME teachers about SEA’s new AP Environmental Science web-based energy curriculum and by providing an entertaining and educational energy presentation to the approximately 300 middle school and high school students competing in the event.
Scott Tinker has a touching moment with a resilient Vietnamese woman named Phúc while filming the upcoming documentary, Switch On.
Global energy concerns and the need for objective solutions to address energy poverty and global emissions were some of the topics discussed by Scott Tinker during a presentation at Oklahoma City University on April 15, 2019.
The Switch Energy Club Chapter at the University of Texas held a highly successful Energy Case Competition on April 6, 2019. Sixteen teams of 4 UT students had one week to develop strategies for energy security in either Nepal or Kenya. Congratulations to the UT Chapter of the Switch Energy Club, the 16 teams, numerous judges, and supporting organizations for an amazing Switch Energy Case Competition!
SEA installed a solar-powered system in the village of Gunchukwa, Colombia, capable of providing power to seven communal buildings. The mission brought “first light” to the Arhuacan people in Gunchukwa. The installation was filmed by Arcos Films and will be used in the upcoming feature-length documentary Switch On to increase awareness of the vast number of people who live with little or no electricity (called energy poverty) and enlighten the public on the issue of lack of energy access.
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