To view recordings of all the sessions that took place during the event, click here.
We host community Earth Hacks events at colleges and universities, where interdisciplinary teams of hackers collaborate on solutions to local climate challenges in partnership with local organizations. These solutions are currently hosted online and will be migrated to a centralized open source database, allowing anyone to access and replicate the solution in their own community. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have started working with students on virtual hackathons, and working with organizations as well.
This event is part of the Clean Energy Transition, Transport and Infrastructure, Industry and Built Environment, Finance, Investment and Jobs, Food and Land Use, Nature and Science, US and International Policy, Youth, Public Mobilization and Justice, Sustainable Travel and Tourism, and Climate Impacts and Adaptation programs.