SDG in Progress
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from 2020 or bust
This document really gives a nice overview of your work and its relations to the sand crisis.
from Mine The Gap
Hi guys, I've been working on a project related to compliance with smoke free laws last summer. It's name is a CleanAir Greece and it was part of the GTI Summer school that took place in Geneva. You can find it on SDG in progress. Just go and check it, maybe you'll find some interesting things (in particular about the prototype).
-Get more teachers and students involved in the SDGs -Bring our thinking in practical platforms to help advance achievement of SDGs -Keep both the pros and cons in mind -Continue to pursue innovative ways to capture attention and evoke compassion in people about important issues -Explore VR more broadly for educational and SDG goals -Don't make fun and learning separate -Undertake a new project -Work for humanity -Explore the new frontiers in VR -Explore how to push emtional experience into action -Explore VR's Theory of Change
from Project Yes Helmet
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from Shifting Sands
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Who we are
This platform is for anyone who wants to document projects they are doing towards tackling the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), or who wants to get inspired by other people’s projects, re-use them or re-purpose them.The platform is based on Build in Progress, which was developed for documenting maker projects by Tiffany Tseng of MIT Media Lab’s Lifelong Kindergarten, as part of her Ph.D. thesis. It has been re-purposed by Oday Darwich of University of Geneva’s Citizen Cyberlab, as part of the Geneva Tsinghua Initiative (GTI) for the Sustainable Development Goals.
There are many ways to document projects: wikis, Github etc. The point of SDG in Progress is to build up an open repository of SDG projects, which may involve hardware and software development, or focus more on grassroots or policy initiatives.
The point of SDG in Progress is to build up an open repository of SDG projects, which may involve hardware and software development, or focus more on grassroots or policy initiatives.
The idea is to inspire creativity, while minimizing redundancy. Reinventing the wheel is not a problem, as long as you can improve it each time.