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Find solutions to climate risks – Team Up for Climate challenge

2022-01-21 07:26:13

Global warming is already having major impacts on the world and there is a growing number of populations running from the disastrous effects of climate change!

For that reason, Egis Foundation is launching the Team Up For Climate challenge to find innovative solutions and raise awareness globally about adapting to climate change.  

Egis Foundation, global consulting and engineering firm proposes you to create or join a team of committed students in order to contribute to the subject: adapting and living together in the face of climate risks. 

The challenge offers a complete experience: Egis will explain you the problematic, share with you inspiring solutions, and then mentor you to overcome your limits.  

Ready to take up this challenge?  

Come up with an innovative solution to one of these questions with the help of Egis’ mentors: 

  • How can we adapt to climate reality and promote the integration of affected populations? 
  • How can we manage climate risks to reduce our vulnerability and enhance resilience? 
  • How to reduce the gap between directly affected populations and world top emitters of GHG?  

All awarded students will be named Young Earth Champions (Jeunes Champions de la Terre) and will participate in the award ceremony at the Earth University at the UNESCO, Paris.  

All participants will be included to the Egis Innovation Alumni Network to connect with employees, start-ups and former innovation award participants and internship opportunities! 


Create or join a team of 2 to 5 people and submit your application here. 

You have until March 7th to apply and get the chance to win:  

  • up to 1500$ per team member 
  • professional opportunities with our HR team 
  • the chance to present your project at Earth University, a global event in partnership with UNESCO 


For further information, please visit the challenge’s website. 

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