Katie Patrick is an environmental engineer and software designer dedicated to helping people use real scientific data to change the world. Instead of laying on the beach, brainstorming ideas on how we can stop global...
Katie Patrick is an environmental engineer and software designer dedicated to helping people use real scientific data to change the world. Instead of laying on the beach, brainstorming ideas on how we can stop global warming, Katie teaches us that there is in fact a better, more effective approach which is driven by research and behavior changing techniques that all of us can implement. We’ve all dreamed of a better world, it’s time to revive those dreams and act upon them.
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Katie Patrick is an Australian-American environmental engineer, designer, and author of How to Save the World: How to Make Changing the World the Greatest Game We've Ever Played. She specializes in what she calls “Fitbit for the Planet” design – which means applying data-driven gamification and behavior-change techniques to environmental problems. Katie has worked on environmental gamification projects with NASA JPL, Stanford University, UNEP, Google, the University of California, Magic Leap, and the Institute for the Future.