Organized by: John Fernandez, Director Environmental Solutions Initiative

Sponsored by: MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative

 and Conservation International are teaming up for this year's Hackathon for Climate, where minds from across MIT come together to brainstorm, propose, and develop nature-based solutions to climate change.

Teams can choose to problem-solve in one of three themes:

  1. Hacking the material world: minerals and the environmental consequences of extraction, acquisition, processing and distribution
  2. Hacking the digital world: data centers and environmental implications of the generation, storage, distribution, and consumption of digital things
  3. Open track: for that groundbreaking idea you've been waiting to explore!

 All MIT students, faculty, alumni, and staff are welcome! Lunch and coffee breaks included.