NSC Partners LLC has announced that its Clean Energy Hawaii STEM App for iPad will be given away for Free in celebration of Earth Day 2011 for one day on Friday, April 22, 2011. Clean Energy Hawaii STEM was created for students to learn about solar, wind, geothermal, hydro, and biomass clean energy. Developed in partnership with the MEDB Women in Technology Project, the app is used by teachers, parents and students. Hawaii is used because of its ambitious goal of 70% Clean Energy by 2030.
NSC Partners LLC today announces Clean Energy Hawaii STEM for Apple’s revolutionary iPad device. Developed in partnership with the MEDB Women in Technology Project, Clean Energy Hawaii STEM was designed specifically to support innovative energy science education worldwide – to be used by teachers, parents and students in class or at home to augment a science, technology, engineering and mathematics curriculum. Hawaii is used as a portal because of its ambitious goal of 70% Clean Energy by 2030.
Environmentalist James Yang has developed Lazy Green, an iPhone game app that helps lazy environmentalists save energy by raising animals threatened by climate change. In order to raise the animals, the player has to perform easy energy-saving tasks recommended in the game. The player can choose to raise one of five animals threatened by climate change – polar bear, penguin, lion, hummingbird, and sea turtle.
California based Ki Systems, Inc. today announces Stress Shifter and Stress Shifter Lite for the iPhone and iPod touch. Created to allow anyone to recognize and understand the factors that lead to their daily stress, this app offers users a plethora of tools and exercises to discover the origins of their stress. Subsequently, Stress Shifter shows users how they can transform their stress to fuel their own creativity and productivity rather than being bogged down by it.