Entrepreneurial LSE Alumni
Two LSE graduates are helping re-purpose London's phone booths.
From The New York Times:
Two entrepreneurs are transforming some of the city’s decommissioned red kiosks into green Solarboxes, which they say can charge up to 100 phones or tablets a day.
Kirsty Kenney and Harold Craston, two geography graduates from the London School of Economics, are behind the initiative. They won 5,000 pounds ($8,000) to finance the project this year in a Low Carbon Entrepreneur competition sponsored by the mayor of London, Boris Johnson.
Read more about this in The New York Times article: