Climate
About

The generation represented by Resolution Fellows keenly feels the importance of protecting our climate and understands the role that humanity plays in climate dynamics. Fellows today are working on ventures that conserve power, prevent waste, and reduce emissions around the world.

The generation represented by Resolution Fellows keenly feels the importance of protecting our climate and understands the role that humanity plays in climate dynamics. Fellows today are working on ventures that conserve power, prevent waste, and reduce emissions around the world.

Chromodoris Fashion

"Aaron" Tsz Ki Lit is the founder of Chromodoris Fashion in Hong Kong. Chromodoris is a fashion brand that celebrates the beauty and diversity of life underwater through garments and accessories inspired the patterns, shapes, and colors of marine animals. Using sustainable eco-fabric for the apparel raises awareness of marine biodiversity and conservation issues, while a portion of all profits will go to marine conservation efforts.

Aaron Tsz Ki Lit

Aaron Lit is an avid scuba diver and underwater photographer who aims to raise awareness of marine biodiversity and motivate conservation through social entrepreneurship. He is the author and photographer of “Watercolor”, a book featuring the creatures of the Indo-Pacific Ocean. Through his social venture Chromodoris, he wishes to use fashion made from ecofabric as a medium to spotlight the wonders of sea life and promote conscious consumerism.

Green Light

Thomas Uhler aims to combat the negative effects of climate change by creating and distributing bioluminescent plants that produce light naturally with no carbon emissions. His for-profit venture, Green Light, will use these plants to reduce utility bills and provide new and eco-friendly lighting in "off the grid" locations.

Thomas Uhler

Thomas Uhler, originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan, is a freshman at the University of Pennsylvania. Thomas is studying in the Vagelos Life Sciences and Management program and pursuing two degrees, one in molecular biology and one in business. Scientific research is a passion for Thomas, demonstrated by his years of work in University of Michigan laboratories. Thomas has always held a fascination for the role of DNA in shaping our world, as well as an interest in the broad scope of genetics and biochemistry.

Addis Sustainable Life

Addis Sustainable Life (ASL) is a campus-sustainability program and a small recycling start-up founded by Nahom Zeleke and Abiy Shimelis; two young entrepreneurs from Addis Ababa University. ASL markets biodegradable products, engages volunteers in creative campus waste management and executes campus sustainability campaigns for Addis Ababa University. In partnership with a small local business, ASL designs and distributes handmade - biodegradable products made from wastepaper and traditional raw materials called “kacha” and “enset”.

Standard Hydro

Standard Hydro constructs and operates hydroponic shade houses in St. Kitts & Nevis, where two of the founders, Lucien Charland and Keane Mayer, currently reside. Their goal is to scale implementation of climate-smart hydroponic technology. By selling affordable vegetables in the street markets and providing for local food distributors, Standard Hydro increases the resilience of the community to climate-based threats to their food source and offers employment opportunities and economic empowerment. Their pilot farm supplies over 650 weekly community customers and five restaurants.

Six Foods

We use crickets milled into a flour to make tortilla chips (Chirps) that are familiar to Americans. We want to normalize insect foods, starting with snacks to meat. The goal is to substitute animal protein with insect protein, thus converting livestock farming to insect farming. By doing so, we will reduce land & water usage, and green gases.

 

Rose Wang

Rose is the CEO/co-founder of Six Foods, a company that is normalizing insects as a more sustainable protein. Rose worked in strategy and marketing at Nutraclick and Microsoft. In college, Rose managed HSA Cleaners and The Harvard Shop through Harvard Student Agencies, managing an annual budget of $1.5M. She also has a passion for education and sits on the board of an Kenyan education non-profit, Wema Inc. She founded Six Foods at the age of 22 (after eating a scorpion in China).

HIMATEK Mengabdi

William and his team will be building five biogas reactors and repairing three existing ones to provide a sustainable source of energy and fertilizer to local dairy farmers in the Ciporeat Town region in Indonesia.  The reactors will be maintained by a community trust, and the economic opportunities generated by this new infrastructure will generate micro finance channels to the farmers so they can enhance and improve their farms, as well as a pasteurization plant and jobs within the region maintaining and fueling these reactors. 

William Hartono

William Hartono is currently a Chemical Engineering student in Institut Teknologi Bandung. He received the Djarum Foundation scholarship, one of the most reputable scholarship program in Indonesia.

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