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Times of India features Green Screen

“How this Harvard product may ease bad-air woes at a fraction of the cost of an AC”

Green Screen Presented at the United Nations

As part of UN Habitat’s “Urban October,” Green Screen Co-Founder Gina Ciancone presented the product at the United Nations Headquarters during the General Assembly.

Green Screen Recognized as Example of As Design-Thinking at the Harvard Graduate School of Design

Creating a new solution to the problems of extreme heat and pollution, Green Screen demonstrates principles fundamental to design-thinking

 

Green Screen Team Interviewed by IndiaSpend on Pollution Created from Crop Burning

Cooling Panels made From Farm Waste Instead Of Burning It And Fouling Delhi Air: A Scientist’s Solution

Green Screen Joins Harvard iLab in 2018-2019 Venture Incubation Program

As part of Harvard's Innovation Lab, Green Screen was accepted into the newest cycle of ventures welcomed into incubation ecosystem.

Harvard Team Finds Way to Turn ‘Cause’ of Delhi’s Pollution Into Cooling Panels

Green Screen has come up with a possible solution to the problem of crop burning—converting crop stubble into affordable cooling panels that the poor in Delhi can install in their homes to battle the blistering summers

 

Green Screen Wins 2018 Harvard University's Seed for Change Competition

As winners of the 2018 Lakshmi Mittal South Asia Institute's "Seed for Change" award, Green Screen is awarded $40,000