THE CLIMATE-RESILIENT COMMUNITIES FINALISTS
- Solar Powered Air Quality Monitoring Station (IoT)
- Environmental Toolkit for an Ecological Area
- Project Boondock Echo
- Green Detect
- Crop Water Stress Sensor
- An open-source fermenter
- Long Range Machine Control System
- Air Quality Pavilion: Rethinking Shared Spaces
- Beehive Monitoring and Tracking
Entry Period 7:01 a.m. P.D.T on July 24, 2022 - 7:00 a.m. P.D.T on September 4, 2022
Finalists Announced on or around 9/19
Design devices that help communities to (a) be more resilient to weather and climate disasters and/or (b) collect data from their environments so that they may advocate for changes in local infrastructure.
Weather and climate disasters can strike at any time, and due to climate change, they are going to become more frequent as time goes on. This challenge tasks the community with developing devices that allow communities to be more resilient in the face of severe weather, while also allowing them to collect data on their environment that they can use to support the argument for changes in local infrastructure.
This could look like:
- Remote networking/ communication solutions
- Climate change/ action educational tools
- Environmental sensing tool kits
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