What a great example of students testing out their sustainable engineering skills.

“It’s part of the Wisconsin KidWind challenge, where the kids present their design to a panel of judges.

“It directly applies to what’s going on now with renewable energy, wind turbine farms going up, there’s a lot of controversy sometimes on those things and we deal with the facts and the kids then understand what the turbines do and don’t do or can do,” said Dick Anderson, leader of KidWind.”
— UN SD Goals: 4 “Quality Education”, 5 “Gender Equality”, 7 “Affordable and Clean Energy”, 9 “Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure” and 13 Climate Action; Fundamental Human Need for “Creation”, “Participation” and “Protection”.

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