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This site will be used to showcase our projects. We hope our members' work inspires you to work on similar projects.
Engineers for a Sustainable World is a nonprofit network made up of people passionate about technical sustainability from all across the world. We believe that engineers, and anyone who loves to solve problems, are key to solving today's biggest sustainability challenges.
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UT Austin - Glass Recycling
Currently, there is a sand shortage in the world. Sand is being extracted from ecosystems, and th...
Texas State University License Plate Project
Our chapter recycles disposed license plates and scrap metal to create new useful items. So far, ...
Roadside Wind Turbine
Solar Panel Sun Tracker
PowerHouse Model of Nations' Carbon Emissions Exhibit
PowerHouse Algae Biofuels Exhibit
Winter 2023 Update*Green Wall Progress From Winter 2023*
Officially joining ESWNU this quarter, **Green Wall** h...
Project Impact ReportProject Summary
The UofG Metal for Movement project was launched in January 2023 with the aim ...
University of Guelph Hydroponics
The University of Guelph’s ESW chapter has partnered with 10Carden (10C), a community-centred, co...
University of Guelph Mugshare
Reusable mugs have been placed in dining halls around campus with an emphasis on the engineering ...
Cornell Detecting Meter Faults
The Carbon Neutrality: Smart Controls sub-team aims to reduce errors in Cornell's record of its c...
Cornell Fume Hood Database
In partnership with the Campus Sustainability Office, the Carbon Neutrality: High Power Device Da...