Solving global poverty challenges with practical solutions - Amy Smith

In this video, MIT alum Amy Smith discusses her role as a founder of D-Lab,  which works with people around the world to develop practical solutions to global poverty challenges.

Amy uses the Charcoal Project as an example of D-Lab's early work, which involved creating charcoal from agricultural waste products and in turn, reducing deforestation. Furthermore, Amy expresses the challenges in scaling such designs, including the economic limitations that some regions face.