Laura-Doss Hertz at SALT 2019

Skysource’s Laura Doss-Hertz will be joining a panel discussion “Incentivized Innovation: Crowdsourcing Solutions to the World's Grand Challenges” moderated by XPRIZE’s CEO Anousheh Ansari at SALT 2019 in Las Vegas on May 8th. Tickets are still available from the website.

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LA2050 is an initiative to make Los Angeles the best place to learn, create, play, connect, and live. Skysource is collaborating with amazing and inspiring organizations to make LA the best place to live. We want the students of Markham Middle School in Watts to have abundant water for their community and set an example for other schools and neighborhoods. 50 finalists will be chosen by public vote, and every vote matters! Please help us and click the link below to vote! https://challenge.la2050.org/2019/live/unycyn-civic-arts/

“Resiliency IN A BOX is a mural covered repurposed shipping container housing equipment producing a renewable, sustainable source of potable water, soil enhancements and clean energy on a daily basis. Our project provides opportunities for STEAM education and a canvas for public art. In the Community Healing Gardens' Tech Garden at LAUSD Markham Middle School in Watts, it will improve food production plus be an off-the-grid, vital resource for the entire neighborhood when a disaster strikes.”



2°C: A COTE | LA SYMPOSIUM ON CLIMATE CHANGE

Skysource’s David Hertz gave a keynote speech “Moving from Water Scarcity towards Abundance: A New Paradigm” on 2°C: A COTE | LA SYMPOSIUM ON CLIMATE CHANGE in Los Angeles. The 2°C Symposium is an opportunity to learn essential technologies, strategies and tools that address climate change at a critical time for our collective future. You can learn more about it by watching a short video from the event.

World Changing Ideas 2019

Skysource’s WEDEW has been named finalist for Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas Awards. We are honored to be nominated for “General Excellence” and “Developing-World Technology”.

“Fast Company‘s third annual World Changing Ideas Awards drew nearly 2,000 submissions across 17 categories. Fast Company editors and reporters created lists of honorable mentions and finalists, and then our panel of judges picked winners in each category.”

SCI-Arc features Alumnus David Hertz and Skysource

Southern California Institute of Architecture spoked with Skysource’s David Hertz about the Water Abundance XPRIZE and Skysource’s plans to address global and local issues of water scarcity and water quality.

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