The Energy Dept.
Outside of the home, energy consumption is the number one cause of pollution in communities. Inside, inefficiencies lead to health and economic complications, limiting social mobility. The Energy Dept. works with local governments and planning officials to internalize the capacity for energy improvements across all sectors.
Carrot is an ecosystem designed to monetize individual carbon emission reductions, encouraging faster adoption of zero-emission products and operations across all sectors. The platform unlocks the "social good" aspect of the world economy creating value from what once was a cost.
Power a Clean Future Ohio
UNPREDICTABLEcity has teamed up with Power a Clean Future Ohio to make greenhouse gas inventories, recommendations for actions, and training available to communities across Ohio.
For more information, download program documentation here or visit Power a Clean Future Ohio's website.
The Transportation Equity in Access Metric analyses proposed transportation infrastructure based on priorities set by the community. The metric has the ability to quantify improvements to workforce access and job opportunities, access to doctors and education, as well as evaluate projects for emission reductions.
UNPREDICTABLEcity has been selected by the national SolSmart Program as an Advisor organization that will help local governments in Central Ohio encourage the growth of solar energy.
For more information, visit the SolSmart Program here or contact us via the link below.
Global Burn Initiative
The Global Burn Initiative’s primary directive is to decrease the mortality rate associated with burn injuries in Senegal through a partnership with Hôpital Principal de Dakar, the Ohio State University's Wexner Medical Center, and Nationwide Children's Hospital. [Completed in 2019]