01. Sustainable Development Goals
- Affordable and Clean Energy
- Clean and Affordable Energy
- Clean Water and Sanitation
- Climate Action
- Decent Work and Economic Growth
- Gender Equality
- Good Health and Well-being
- Industry - Innovation - Infrastructure
- Life Below Water
- Life on Land
- No Poverty
- Partnerships to achieve the Goal
- Peace and Justice Strong Institutions
- Quality Education
- Reduced Inequality
- Responsible Consumption and Production
- Sustainable Cities and Communities
- Zero Hunger
- Zero Hunger02. Academic Level_(b) Graduate Student
02. Academic Level
03. Academic Field
04. Commitment Duration
05. Commitment / Week
06. Start Date for Students
DC and Human Powered "Energy Ladder" Devices
Advances in solar+batteries and human-powered generators are making it practical for hundreds of tools and appliances to operate without traditional electric grids. In the developing world, there are already millions of these stand-alone energy systems and projections call for over 200 million more remote mini- or micro-grids to serve as many as a billion people. Plus, in the parts of the world that already have...
Creating a Crowd-Investing Platform for Clean Energy Project Financing
Crowd-investing is now legal, both at the U.S. federal level and in at least 30 states. That means non-accredited investors can pool their funds to support local and state-wide clean energy projects. My personal focus is on Michigan first, because that is where I live, but the exact same principles apply to almost every state that has already passed laws that provide for intrastate exemptions...
Design Patterns for Sustainable Conservation Economies -- Great Lakes Region(s)
The "Conservation Economy" is a pattern language intended to describe fundamental principles and practices to guide people towards understanding all of the major factors needed to ensure community sustainability: See http [colon slash slash] www [dot] conservationeconomy [dot] net [slash] pattern_map [slash] noflash [slash]. The initial set of concepts was developed for the EcoTrust in the Pacific Northwest, so case studies and examples are focused...
Good Food Systems Crowd-Investing Platform Development
Crowd-investing is now legal, both at the U.S. federal level and in at least 30 states. That means non-accredited investors can pool their funds to support local and state-wide projects in the realms of agriculture and food products. My personal focus is on Michigan first, because that is where I live, but the exact same principles apply to almost every state that has already passed...
Help Build the Global Student Environmental Alliance
There are an estimated 10k to 40k student environmental organizations at colleges nationwide. Nobody even knows how many there are. Further, most of them work in total isolation. The movement for a sustainable world will be far more effective when organizations, departments, and students are connected--within colleges and nationwide. You can help make it happen! Here is your opportunity to join the leadership team that is building the...
Reducing Water Hyacinth Cover at the shores of Lake Victoria in Kisumu, Kenya
Help students move from just worrying about climate change to working on solutions by eliminating bad governmental energy policies. Use our higher education networks and our social media to disseminate this initiative, designed by national higher education networks and energy experts. Connect students to an inspiring video and steps they can take at the state and federal level to inform politicians and support affordable renewable...