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i Metric units

Travel

carkilometers
trainkilometers
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Living

hotelroom-days
gascubic meters
electricitykilowatt-hours (kWh)
propanekilowatt-hours (kWh)

Shipments

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i Non-Metric units(US/UK)

Travel

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trainmiles
planemiles

Living

hotelroom-days
gastherms
electricitykilowatt-hours (kWh)
propanekilowatt-hours (kWh)

Shipments

airtonne-miles
traintonne-miles
trucktonne-miles
seatonne-miles


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team

William Heegaard is a paramedic from Minneapolis with 4 years of experience in pre-hospital emergency medical care, disaster relief and humanitarian programming. Will received his BA in Peace and Conflict Studies from UC Berkeley and now works at the nexus of emergency response and sustainable development.

In his most recent field mission, William Heegaard worked as the Program Manager for the International Medical Corps in Conakry, Guinea, managing the post-Ebola health systems strengthening and survivor care programs.


advisors

Amanda Shane
Senior Epidemiologist Public Health Agency of Canada

Toph Allen
Director of Data Science at EcoHealth Alliance in New York

Roger Heegaard
President Enova Illumination

Patrick Rudolph
Principal Sector Economist KfW Development Bank

Lynn Marie Thomas
Humanitarian Advisor USAID Office U.S Foreign Disaster Assistance


testimonials

The FOOTPRINT Project impresses at the ISID 2016 hackathon in Vienna, Austria.Climate change drives humanitarian need. But providing relief and recovery services is energy intensive, especially when performed at an industrial scale. We’re excited to see FOOTPRINT jumping on this problem.

John W. Ramatowski, Assistant Program Director International Society for Infectious Diseases


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