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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.
Our Programs include:
Akron - Eco-Bricking
This is an ESW Chapter project at the University of Akron for the global project of eco-bricking....
Akron - Zips Metal Makers
This project team is going to upcycle metal in various ways to create something new out of it. Cu...
Pivoting blade Vertical Axis Turbine
This project will build a [Pivoting blade vertical axis wind turbine (VAWT)](https://docs.google....
Progress ReportPenn State- Vertical Hydroponic Farm Project Progress Report
The club met ev...
ESW-RPI Solar Bus Stop
The local project we are planning is installing a solar panel at one of our bus stops to provide ...
ESW-RPI has been working with the village of Ek’ Balam in Yucatan, Mexico in order to create a co...
Cornell Campus Energy Conservation
The Renewable Energy Solutions Campus Energy Conservation sub-team is working with the Cornell Ca...
Cornell Sustainable Living Outreach
The Renewable Energy Solutions Sustainable Living Outreach team has been focusing on outreach con...
Cornell Software Development
The Renewable Energy Solutions Software development sub-team is working on a full-stack developme...
Cornell Food Waste on Campus
The Renewable Energy Solutions Food Waste sub-team is working to visualize the extent of food was...
Cornell Water Quality Outreach
The Renewable Energy Solutions Water Quality Outreach sub-team is researching waste separation pr...
The Renewable Energy Solutions Hydroponics project will be a multi-semester design and build proj...