Footprint's service model combines sustainability consulting with clean energy deployment to help humanitarian responders fulfill their commitment to first do no harm.
Our beta calculator is up and running, give it a try!
Check out our first demo project.
Fall 2017 - We offset diesel use at the Rampart Urgent Care Clinic using a deployable solar micro-grid.
We are integrating carbon calculator algorithms with humanitarian logistics software to build a simple, effective platform for evaluating the environmental impact of humanitarian response.
Active Responders - Take our Sustainability Survey
Step 2: Partner and deploy
We are working with humanitarian organizations to test our service model by developing sustainability metrics, deploying renewable energy systems and reporting progress to donors.
Step 3: Evaluate and improve
Based on feedback from field-trials, we will continuously revise our service model, making it as practical and user friendly as possible.
Step 4: Build out complexity
We intend to make Footprint the go-to platform for comprehensive sustainability assessments and real-time improvement of humanitarian response. So that every organization can ensure their interventions do no harm, and every affected community can develop through disaster.
The FootprinT Project started at a hackathon...
Four strangers came together to tackle environmental degradation in humanitarian interventions. Leveraging our combined experience in disaster first response, data science, and UX/UI, we turned out to make a pretty good team. Because thirty-six hours (and almost as many coffees) later, we pitched our idea, and won.
Now we've begun turning our idea into reality. Stay tuned...