Engineering Brightness: HundrED Sustainability Spotlight


Engineering Brightness impacts a real-world problem, light poverty. 1.3 billion people suffer from unreliable electricity. Through creating lanterns students gain confidence in engineering, electronics, and philanthropy.

Engineering Brightness also helps children globally realize and cultivate their unique talent and use it to make the world brighter. Local and global communities are strengthened by collaborating. Learn more about Engineering Brightness here

The HundrED Spotlight on Sustainability highlights the innovative practices happening in education that address this important issue.

We spent nine months researching sustainability in education and identifying the people already making this a priority in their educational settings. Together in partnership with MUSE School, California, and with the help of an expert advisory board, we selected ten innovations which are impactful, address sustainability in a fresh way and have either spread to other settings or have the potential to!

The selected projects were celebrated at the Sustainability Summit in Calabasas in November 2018.