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10^10 launched in response to the earthquake - visit us at >> http://www.seed-haiti.net/



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January 2011

>Since January 12, 2010, the date of the earthquake in Haiti which left over 1,000,000 people homeless, we have been focused on SEED_Haiti. To meet our new team and follow our activities since then visit 10^10, an organization formed in response to the situation in Haiti.  Visit 10^10 and SEED_Haiti!


April 2010

>SEED team wins one of The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, People, Prosperity and the Planet Awards. The SEED project is one of the EPA P3 Awards announced at a ceremony hosted by the National Academy of Sciences.  SEE the award winners!

>SEED is a featured by The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Center For Environmental Research. CHECK OUT the featured story!

>SEED at Sixth annual National Sustainable Design Expo on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. SEED project on exhibit as part of Earth Day and to compete for EPA’s People, Prosperity and the Planet Award. LINK to the program!

February 2010

>SEED_Haiti is launched in response to the earthquake, the need of container homes, the surplus of containers on site and the support the SEED team is receiving SEED_Haiti is launched!  CHECK OUT our new team and effort!

>Hope for Haiti Housing. Retrofitting common shipping boxes a possible solution. SEED on METRO NEWS.  READ the article!

January 2010

>SEED Shipping Containers Could Supply Haiti With Emergency Housing.  SEED featured on FAST COMPANY.  READ the article!

>”After only two days, the SEED project is ranked as one of the top 5,000 tweet topics in the twitter-verse. Also, a simple google search for “clemson seed project” returns nearly 15,000 references and articles.”  - Mitch Newbold

>A SEED of hope in Haiti. Designed to provide emergency housing or hurricane survivors, SEED shipping containers are now being eyed for use in earthquake-ravaged Haiti.  SEED on MNN.  READ the article!

>Shipping Containers Could Provide Disater Relief For Haiti. SEED featured in inhabitat READ the article!

>École des Beaux-Arts - “Projects for the Open City”. SEED on display as part of the International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam Parallel Cases//IABR@RDM curated by Ralf Pasel.  Jan 11 – Feb 12 Paris  ABOUT the exhibit!

>Opinion:  How Haiti’s shipping containers can become new homes. SEED featured on DIGITAL JOURNAL.  READ the article!

>SEED interviewed on both South Carolina Public Radio and New Hampshire Public Radio!

>The SEED project – from unused container to sustainable emergency housing.  SEED featured on gizmag.  READ the article!

>SEED featured on ArchDaily.  READ the article!

>Haiti Eeathquake:  Converting Shipping Containers into Emergency Housing.  SEED on ScienceDaily. READ the article!

>SEED is interviewed on WYFF Channel 4 News in response to the housing crises in the aftermath of the earthquake in Haiti.  WATCH the video.

>SEED on FOX Carolina News

November 2009

>SEED is presented at Pecha Kucha – Greenville

October 2009

>SEED is presented at the Picture Green Event, sponsored by Students for Environmental Awareness at Clemson University.

September 2009

>SEED is presented at the Parallel Cases Exhibition as part of the International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam.  SEE more photos of the event!

June 2009

>Seed awarded the EPA P3 (People, Prosperity and Places) Grant. We will compete for additional funding on April 2010 in Washington.

April 2009

>SEED exhibited at HATCHfest Asheville

>SEED featured on WorldChanging website for the second time.  READ the article!

March 2009

>We are happy to announce that SEED will be included in the International Biennale of Architecture in Rotterdam’s Parallel Cases exhibit!!  More details to follow.

February 2009

>SEED featured on WorldChanging.  READ the article!

>SEED featured on ISBU News.  READ the article!

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SEED on WYFF Channel 4

SEED is interviewed on WYFF Channel 4 News in response to the housing crises in the aftermath of the earthquake in Haiti. WATCH the video!

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Haiti: day after container delivered to site

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