Studying engineering and sustainability opened up a world of opportunities for Elaine Doyle, as Claire O’Connell found out. A foundation in engineering or science can be a passport to the world, and engineer Elaine Doyle is living proof. Her work and interests have seen her, among other things, working in the energy sector in Ireland, in Guatemala building a water harvester, in Uganda meeting social entrepreneurs, and now as founder of her own environmental education enterprise Boltz Sustainability, she is developing 'seed bombs' to encourage biodiversity.
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