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Engineering Gives Me a Chance to Make the World Better

June 27, 2019

Editor’s note: This profile of an engineer is a contribution to Engineering for Change courtesy of the international infrastructure...

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The Conversation

As More Developing Countries Reject Plastic Waste Exports, Wealthy Nations Seek Solutions at Home

June 10, 2019

Less than two years after China banned most imports of scrap material from abroad, many of its neighbors are...

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Pallavi Bharadwaj

Solutions for Resilience and Peace Building Across the World

May 30, 2019

About 90 percent of USAID’s water priority countries are conflict-affected or fragile. In 2018, over 60 million people around the world...

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Pallavi Bharadwaj

Solutions to Keep Food on the Table in a Changing Climate

The world’s food production is in jeopardy because the fertile layer of soil that people depend on to plant crops is...

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Rob Goodier

Black and Decker Introduces a Solar Irrigation Pump for Indian Farms

May 20, 2019

Solar-powered water pumps have officially entered the mainstream. Stanley Black & Decker, the multinational conglomerate widely known for its...

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Pallavi Bharadwaj

India’s Universal Power Supply May Be Only a Subsidy Policy Away

May 13, 2019

India has almost achieved the historic goal of connecting every household to the electricity grid. The next challenge is...

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Rob Goodier

A Tool Kit Helps Designers Create Products with the Planet in Mind

April 22, 2019

Engineers often run into the same problem when creating new products designed to make a positive impact: unintended consequences....

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Rob Goodier

A Day in the Life: E4C’s Research Fellowship Translates to Job Skills

April 19, 2019

Engineering for Change follows up with the talented graduates of our Research Fellowship to learn how they apply the...

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Rob Goodier

A Product Design Engineer Field Tests Essential Technologies in Rural India

April 17, 2019

Harsh Vyas foregoes the long flights that engineers in global development often take before they can test essential technologies in...

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Harsh Vyas

Field Test: Corn Shellers Made a Successful Demo Tour in Rural India

Harsh Vyas is a graduate of Engineering for Change’s Research Fellowship program during which he researched products that meet...

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