ClimateScience Olympiad is in search of brand new climate change solutions and is offering $10,000 USD to the best entries. Reckon you’ve got the brain power to get involved?
Fancy yourself an academic whiz kid? Do you have the answers to our pressing climate crisis questions and problems?
If you’re confident you’ve got a bright sustainability idea that needs hearing, you’ll want to check out ClimateScience Olympiad, a brand new online competition that’s giving young people new opportunities to make their inventions and concepts a reality.
Organised by the ClimateScience charity, the Olympiad will be taking place throughout 2021 and is open to all Gen Zers looking to make a difference. There are big money prizes up for grabs, networking events, and even a chance to rock up at the next United Nations Climate Summit (COP26).
Here’s our rundown of everything you need to know about the ClimateScience Olympiad, as well as some information on how to get involved. You’ll be raking in that cash and making a different before you know it.
What is ClimateScience Olympiad?
ClimateScience is an online education charity that provides young people with all the information they need on our climate crisis without the political bias or inaccessibility that you may find in the news and academic journals.
It offers a bunch of useful resources, including PowerPoint presentations, books, and even lesson plans for teachers. The charity was founded by two Gen Zers, Eric Steinberger and Isabel Key, and has a big focus on community initiatives and volunteer schemes.
Anyone can get involved, which makes it particularly appealing to teens and young adults who want to start somewhere and make a genuine impact on the climate crisis. Check out one of their recent videos explaining climate change and how it works.