Engineers for a Sustainable World

Founding Year: 2001

Staff: 38

Budget: $ 70k

Brittany Bennett (Executive Director)

Is a “nonprofit network of over 1,750 engineers, working to build a better world through hands-on projects.” ESW is “an umbrella organization with chapters established at over 50 colleges, universities, and city chapters located primarily in the United States and Canada,” working “on technical design projects focused on sustainability and environmental issues.”

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Engineers for a Sustainable World contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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