Participants from a variety of fields and disciplines came together at the MIT Energy and Climate Hack to come up with quick, creative solutions to one of today’s most difficult problems: the global climate and energy crisis. Many understudies from MIT and universities across the globe gathered on MIT’s grounds and for all intents and purposes during the current year’s occasion, which was held Nov. 10-12.
Laid out in 2013, the MIT Energy and Environment Hack has been the platform for creative and economical answers for 10 years; a yearly update that interesting novel thoughts are in every case not far off.
As per Claire Lorenzo, a MIT understudy coordinator and interchanges chief during the current year’s Energy and Environment Hack, “There were a many individuals from a great deal of spots who made an appearance; both online and face-to-face. It was empowering to perceive how driven everybody was. How fervently they pursued excellent solutions. These concepts began to emerge almost immediately.