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Public Lab helps the public advocate for health and safety by teaching inexpensive DIY techniques for investigating local environmental concerns.
Communities can't act to fight environmental contamination if they don't know—or can't prove—that there's a problem.
Open source software and low-cost tools made from common materials let anyone gather, interpret, act on, and share environmental data.
Design exercises help Public Lab participants, from kids to academic scientists, to define environmental problems, identify data needed for action, and create data-gathering tools.
Community members learn to advocate on their own behalf to proactively hold polluters accountable and have a say in decisions affecting their own neighborhoods.
Using inexpensive DIY techniques, we seek to change how people see the world in environmental, social, and political terms.
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Proximity Design creates and delivers affordable products that help lift small-plot farmers out of poverty in rural Myanmar.
Free software for entrepreneurs making a positive impact in the social and environmental sectors.