Climate Hack is a virtual programme that aims to equip individuals in Asia with digital skills to develop and accelerate innovative tech-driven solutions for climate change.
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.
Climate Hack 2021 saw SIF win the World Bank Digital Skills Innovation Award: Lifelong Learning, which recognises
innovative programmes that teach essential skills for the digital workplace and the digital economy. Read about it here.
Hear from Our Participants
“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
MarhaEnergy, Malaysia, 2nd Place
Climate Hack 2021