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We work in the regions most acutely threatened by climate change

We work in the regions most acutely threatened by climate change

We work in the regions most acutely threatened by climate change. Against a backdrop of  unprecedented global heatwaves, wildfires, retreating ice, record sea level rises and extreme cyclones, we created our 2030 strategy. In it, the impacts of climate change are...
Reflecting on the first semester of EWB’s Influencer Fellowship

Reflecting on the first semester of EWB’s Influencer Fellowship

At the start of 2021, five students who displayed exceptional drive and commitment to using their skills to address inequality, sustainability and peace were announced as EWB’s 2021 Influencer Fellows.  The EWB Influencer Fellowship is a program to create a network of...
Pathways to possibility for First Nations students

Pathways to possibility for First Nations students

Inspiring Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander children to explore a future in engineering is a key tenet of EWB’s “Reimagining Pathways” program. As part of the first phase of this program, the Aboriginal Education Consulting Group (AECG) invited EWB to support...
Breaking engineering stereotypes in the Torres Strait

Breaking engineering stereotypes in the Torres Strait

In 2019 Erin Hughes received a grant from the MECCA M-Power program to undertake research into the educational impact of Regioneering workshops in the Torres Strait. A sneak peak at the preliminary findings suggests the workshops are achieving their aims, breaking...
Regioneering takes head, heart, and action

Regioneering takes head, heart, and action

By Lachlan Fraser Before the volunteers from EWB’s 2019 Regioneering program flew to the Torres Strait, the students involved in the upcoming workshops were asked to draw a picture of an engineer. One young girl drew a male stick figure next to a car – no...