Shahan Engineer

Shahan Engineer is a second-year Environment & Business student (not an engineering student; he doesn’t understand sciences) at the University of Waterloo.

Hailing from Karachi, Pakistan, one of the most polluted cities on the planet, Shahan was inspired to take-up an environmental program at university to understand how humans can alter their production and consumption techniques of various resources so that there is less impact on the environment. His core environmental concerns include the prevention of food waste, product lifecycles, renewable energy sources, and curbing the use of harmful materials such as plastics and toxic chemicals. 

Blogs

  • What is a walkable city? Imagine if you lived in a city where the grocery, your home, work & other services were al… https://t.co/CP2O3RUr9e 15 hours 36 min ago
  • Innovative Canadian municipalities lead by example. From teaching tools to students and newcomers on how to use the… https://t.co/IQwCRGOEhW 1 week 19 hours ago
  • RT : Don't delay to join our program 🌲 The registration is almost closed and this is a huge opportunity… https://t.co/VR3IMu2Rit 1 week 1 day ago