Explore the potential for environmental groups and activists to collaborate with the civic tech community to create innovative, technology-focused solutions to climate-related problems at Climate Hack Twin Cities. This event is inspired by the global Hack4Good Hack Against Climate Change, an event happening around Climate Week in New York City and the United Nations Summit on Climate Change on September 24.
Tour the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s Nature of Nature exhibit, participate in sessions that explain hackathons and civic hacking, and see highlights of previous hackathon projects. The second half of the program will be an open discussion for developing ideas for future collaborations and hackathon projects. Lunch is included in the program.
Saturday, September 13 | 10:00AM—2:00PM
Doors will open at 9:30AM
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
2400 Third Avenue South
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55404
Cost: Five dollars (to cover lunch)
This event is organized by Open Twin Cities, a group of civic hackers, technologists, public servants, and community leaders in the Twin Cities.