2018

ArboSol

Current farming practices are degrading soil at a rate of 75,000 acres per day, with about a third of global soil considered severely degraded and

TRAM project

Smallholder farmers in low resource settings are forced to sell their crops at low prices shortly after harvest to avoid post-harvest losses, which results in

Solanga

Solanga builds solar powered community centers, or Solanga Hubs, in areas that lack electricity. The Hubs provide people valuable services at affordable prices – such

EMPOWER

The rise in home solar generation is reducing emissions from the residential building sector. However, net energy metering (NEM) policies are being phased out in

Trash to Tiles

Plastic waste. Poor roofing. Unemployment. Poverty. — Four developing world problems with one solution. In sixty years, the world has produced 8.3 billion metric tons

One Village Philippines

One Village Philippines is a multidisciplinary team of fifteen engineering students within the UC San Diego Global TIES program. This team is working together with

Let’s learn Mixteco

Indigenous communities are an important part of Latino migration to the U.S., but they have been historically overlooked. An estimated 100,000 indigenous people from Mexico,

Healthy LiPHE

Healthy LiPHE is a readily accessible “one-stop-shop” mobile health application that targets disadvantaged adolescents via a youth-friendly platform. It contains features such as: Clinic Finder,

nourishAI

According to the 2016-2017 Berkeley Food Institute Annual Report, 40% of all UC students are food insecure. Food security is a right, not a privilege.