Why do products have a nutrition label, but not a greenhouse gases (GHG) label? How come we don’t know the true environmental cost of our products? If we knew how energy intensive expedited shipping was, would we change our shipping preferences? In order to put these questions to the test…

Engineers for a Sustainable World Midwest Chapter Relations Coordinator Carly Cohen

Carly Cohen (she/her/ella) graduated from Michigan State University with a B.S. in Environmental Engineering and a minor in Environmental and Sustainability Studies. In her free time she enjoys yoga, photography, and going for walks with her dog.

Earth Hacks: How did you get involved with Earth Hacks? …

Planete Greenleaves Cofounders Mohammad Mortezazadeh Dorostkar and Ali Katal

Ali Katal and Mohammad Mortezazadeh are research associates at the Department of Building, Civil, and Environmental Engineering of Concordia University. They are also the co-founders of Planete Greenleaves.

Earth Hacks’ Camille Minns: Tell us a bit about yourself and how you two came to work together.

Ali and Mohammad: We’ve…

Hack the Earth — Canada’s largest environmental hackathon — came back virtually for a second year on June 4–6, 2021. With a big focus on sustainability, 300+ college and high school students from around the world teamed up to create technological projects focusing on environmental issues. The 3-day event was…

CivHacks was a virtual hackathon hosted by the Associated Students of the University of California (ASUC) at the University of California, Berkeley, that took place on the weekend of April 23–25. In the span of 36 hours, participants had the opportunity to create new applications, websites, or software projects. …

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