Sustainability has become more important than ever. These days, the younger generations of today are more motivated to find real solutions to tackle climate change, and are actively taking steps to create a cleaner, brighter future.
In order to support the younger generations and their goals, Samsung Electronics launched its Solve for Tomorrow program in 2010, a program helping young people utilize STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) related skills to solve societal problems. The program began in the U.S. and has since expanded to 50 countries, with a total of 2 million students having participated.
To celebrate ten years since the program’s launch in the U.S., Deniz Hatiboglu, the head of CSR at Samsung Electronics America, visited Princeton High School in New Jersey, the school home to the 2021-2022 winning team. The team won for their groundbreaking food waste disposal project using insects and have continued to develop their ideas a year later.
Watch the video below to learn more about the Solve for Tomorrow program and the youth contributing to sustainable solutions.