Problem Packs Round 3: Climate Sprints

A new website, eight fresh packs to sign up for, and amazing work done by past sprint teams.

For those who are new here, I’ve been working for the last few months on a concept called problem packs, which are three-week long sprints in which teams of 4-5 people will dive deep into a very specific climate topic and meet regularly while brainstorming as a team, conducting interviews, and doing research. By the end of the sprint, teams complete a final deliverable and present at the final showcase event open to the public.

I’m excited to announce that problem packs now has its own website! At the new domain climatesprints.com, you can see not only upcoming problem packs to sign up for, but all of the hard work done and deliverables produced in completed problem packs during the February and April cohorts.

Beginning Set 3: Sign Up for New Problem Packs!

As you can see on the website, you can now officially register for eight new problem packs all beginning on May 24th. All problem packs require a time commitment of 10 hours / week for 3 weeks. Topics for the sprint groups include:

If any of these topics sound interesting to you, read the more detailed descriptions in the links above, and sign up using this form!

Amazing Projects in Cohort 2

Below are the links to the presentation videos and slides/reports from the last cohort of problem packs (view them all here):

Plenty more to come from problem packs in the next few weeks!