2019 Clean Air Crowdsourcing Competition

05 Dec 2018 15 Jan 2019
Professor Kirk Smith, Dr Isha Khanna, Dr Sumit Sharma

Crowd Sourcing Competition

Attention all University Students!

With recent episodes of extreme air pollution in New Delhi calling attention the problem in India, this is your opportunity to suggest ways of helping to fix the problem in the capital and elsewhere in the country.

Collaborative Clean Air Policy Centre and The Energy and Resources Institute invite teams of university students to propose an idea for reducing air pollution in the country. All ideas are fair game - ways to promote behavioral changes; new regulations; better enforcement approaches; or new technologies. Completely new ideas are welcome, too.

Early this year, a team from IITM won the first prize. See here

The first stage involves an online application – Apply here

It is due by midnight IST on January 15th, 2019.

The five winners of this phase will be invited to present their ideas to a group of competition judges in Delhi, in person or by Skype. The final winning team of two will be offered internships to work at CCAPC or TERI next summer to help their idea become a reality. So put on your thinking hats to solve this critical health and environment problem that affects all.

For queries write to: info@ccapc.org.in

Contact Details

Dr Kirk R. Smith
Director, Collaborative Clean Air Policy Centre, Delhi
Email: krksmith@berkeley.edu

Dr Isha Khanna
Associate Fellow
Earth Science and Climate Change
Email: isha.khanna@teri.res.in

Dr Sumit Sharma
Senior Fellow & Director
Earth Science and Climate Change
Email: sumits@teri.res.in

Air pollution control
Air quality

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