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46 digital prototypes were developed to tackle climate change – covering areas such as energy, food security, waste
management and sustainable living to a panel of judges. Three teams from Malaysia and Indonesia emerged as winners,
after scoring highly on impact and innovation.
Sustainable Living, Resilient Future, Green Economy and Energy Reset. Four cross-cultural teams from India, Singapore,
Malaysia, Indonesia, and Jordan emerged as winners during the Pitch Day on 11 June 2022.
Hear from Our Climate Hack Alumni
“Climate Hack 2021 has been an incredible learning journey, from understanding the real social impact of climate change, to gaining new digital skills, and being connected to likeminded peers from around the region. We are extremely grateful for the new perspectives and tools that will definitely contribute to our journey in building a sustainable society.”
Chew Ai Hui
Climate Hack 2021 alumnus (Malaysia)
“Singapore with its position as a SEA hub, has successfully fostered a collaborative attitude towards solving the world's problems and its heartening to see people in the region have a problem-solving attitude.”
Climate Hack 2022 alumnus (India)
“I think Singapore has done a great job in gathering great minds and advocates to Climate Hack 2022. This is a step forward in raising awareness about issues with sustainability and in achieving the goal of a sustainable future.”
Hannah Bella Arceño
Climate Hack 2022 alumnus (The Philippines)
“Singapore is a leading country in environmental protection. I hope the SIF will create more similar programmes so that all global citizens can better understand the need for climate action and be inspired to protect the environment. This planet needs to be green and protected by all individuals.”
Climate Hack 2022 alumnus (Vietnam)