Selected by our esteemed panel of Judges: Sir David King - UK Special Representative on Climate Change, Bram Cohen - Creator + Chief Scientist of BitTorrent and Andy Grignon - Builder of 1st iPhone, WebOS and now Eightly
1st Place goes to My Future Climate - Virtual Team
MyFutureClimate shows where climates at a location are coming from and going to by performing real-time analysis of GCM data
MyFutureClimate was built at Geeklist #hack4good 0.6 by Richard Barnes in Minneapolis, MN and his virtual team.
High five the MyFutureClimate Team
Second Place goes to HolePatchers - Krakow
HolePatchers is an app that allows fast and automatic localization of holes in roads, which makes it easy for you to avoid destroying your car.
HolePatchers was built in Kraków at Geeklist #hack4good 0.6 by Stanislaw, Ania Bywanis, Bartek Dukes, Vladyslav Turovskiy and Marcin Klocek.
High five the HolePatchers Team
Third Place goes to TreeMo - San Francisco
Treemo is a mobile app that plants trees when you check-in to businesses (such as retail stores, restaurants, bars…) on multiple platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Yelp, Instagram…). Every check-in funds planting of one or multiple trees by WeForest.
Treemo was built in San Francisco at Geeklist #hack4good 0.6 by Rodney Cullen, Nathan Abercrombie, Brandon Istenes and designer Matt Rothenberg.
Treemo is live now at treemoapp.com and available for Android devices on the Google Play store.
High five the Treemo team
Honorable mention goes to Bring Your Cup
#BringYourCup encourages your friends and co-workers to re-use their cups, breaking the habit of using disposable cups, with the #bringyourcup app.
BringYourCup was built by Ruy Checa, Daniela Gattoni, LuN4t!k0, Alex Soble.
High five the #BringYourCup Team
Congratulations to all of the winners and all teams participating! Thank you for working hard to Hack a Better Climate!