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Ericsson and Hack for Earth have partnered to launch the ‘Hack for Earth at COP28 co-organized with Ericsson’, taking place between 1 and 3 December 2023, online.

Hack for Earth Objectives

The objective of the hackathon is to identify innovative sustainability solutions using technology, creativity, and connectivity to create tomorrow’s solutions from today’s sustainability challenges.

Considering the United Nations conference on climate change COP28, taking place in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, between November 30 and December 12, 2023, the participants will focus on creating innovative and viable solutions in this year’s 8 challenge categories: Energy, Transport, Food, Partnership, Education, Sustainable Cities, Water and Environment. 

Ann Molin, Founder and Secretary General of Hack for Earth Foundation noted, “We are happy to partner with Ericsson for our upcoming Hack for Earth hackathon at COP28; a company with as bold and ambitious agenda as ourselves for sustainable innovation for our future. I believe we will create a most impactful hackathon at COP28 through this partnership!”

Fida Kibbi, Vice President and Head of Marketing, Communications and Sustainability & Corporate Responsibility at Ericsson Middle East and Africa, said, “We are happy to partner with Hack for Earth to identify innovative sustainability solutions driven by technology, creativity, and connectivity. Ericsson remains committed to leveraging our technology to contribute to solutions that drive positive change in society, responsibly. We are looking forward to the creative solutions from the participants of the Hack for Earth at COP28 co-organized with Ericsson.”

More on the Hackathon Innovation Challenge

Applications are open to the youth, aged 16-35, via the link:  Hack for Earth at COP28 co-organized with Ericsson

A total of eight winning teams will be chosen - one winning team from each category in the Hack for Earth at COP28 co-organized with Ericsson. The winning teams will enter into Hack for Earth’s 6-months custom acceleration program, Build for Earth. The mission of Build for Earth is to support the Hack for Earth winners in creating real tools for the good of society.

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