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Clinton Global Intitiative kicks off this Sunday, September 23rd in New York with an opening plenary session on "Designing for Impact" with former President Bill Clinton.
Following the session, Catapult CEO, Heather Fleming, will facilitate a Design Lab asking "How can we provide reliable and safe energy to those in need?" with D-Rev's Krista Donaldson. There are 1.6 billion people around the w
We hope you'll join us on Thursday, September 20th at the TechShop-San Francisco to celebrate our 4th year of creating impact through design. It's been a truly transformative year for Catapult so we're taking the night to celebrate the design work, our partners, and our supporters who have enabled everything we've accomplished this year.
RSVP here to attend. Tickets are $15 at the door. Drin
At Catapult, we often don’t know what we’re doing.
That doesn’t mean we don’t have a clue, just that we frequently find ourselves doing things that haven’t been done before. At least not by our clients or us. But that is the hallmark of innovation – experimenting, exploring, pushing the boundaries of what we do and how we do it. And no place provides more fertile ground for the seeds
Catapult Design has been on location in Yogyakarta with INOTEK and The Apex Consulting Group (working with guidance from GATD & the World Bank) for 3 of the last 6 months to help facilitate a pilot program in catalyzing ‘green innovation’ & growth in the local renewable energy market to improve clean energy access for communities in the region.
Upon first hearing that the Indonesia
PBS and AOL recently launched 'MAKERS.com', a dynamic digital platform produced by filmmakers Dyllan McGee, Betsy West, and Peter Kunhardt, showcasing hundreds of compelling stories from women of today and tomorrow. This historic video initiative features exclusive access to trailblazing women – both known and unknown. Featured women were selected by the filmmakers in consultation with an exp
Charlie and I spent one week in San José, Costa Rica in April working with 18 Peace Corps country staff members from around Latin America to dive deeply into the manifold options for funding renewable energy products and services. Three days may seem like a long time to spend exploring the dry details of financing mechanisms, but somehow we not only filled the time but found ourselves strugglin
The value of a prototype is in what it can test. It isn't always necessary to make it pretty, nor to make it function, it totally depends on what you are trying to learn from it. On a frugal budget, be it of time or funds, one prototype can be made to test many things, and then adapted again to test even more...but really prototypes were made to be broken, and if they last too long it is a sign yo
How can we use design to positively impact society?
That's the question we'll answer at Catapult Labs this Saturday, May 19th in San Francisco. Over the years we've assembled a compelling network of designers, technologists, and entrepreneurs using design tools and methods to drive positive social change. We've selected NINE of them
We’re excited to announce that Catapult Design was selected by the Peace Corps to design and lead a training program for their staff and volunteers in Costa Rica around renewable energy technologies for low-income communities. As part of the program, Catapult will:
1. Review the Peace Corp’s existing training materials in Costa Rica;
2. Develop and conduct a three-day workshop in Costa Ri
(Note: The blog was originally posted by author Jean-Louis Racine here on the World Bank Blog and has been cross-posted with their permission)
Last week the World Bank launched a new approach to fostering green innovation called the Indonesia Green Innovation Pilot Program. Its aim is to learn how open innovation principles can foster the generation of market-based solutions to clean energy.