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Campus 2030 Challenge - 2nd Edition

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Campus 2030 Challenge - 2nd Edition

This year's call for applications has started: Help build the university environment of the future. The challenge is open to students, professors and researchers worldwide.

Imagine….

« It's September 2030 and the Agenda for the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has ended. Students over the world are returning to their Campuses, which are now finally sustainable. »

University campuses are at the heart of the change: in 10 years, they should have achieved the 17 SDGs to be able to welcome and educate the next generation! What will these Campuses be like?
Imagine a solution that will allow these sites to be considered socially, economically and environmentally sustainable.

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Application information for Stage 1 September, 24th - February, 7th

 

Are you a student or university professor/researcher? Do you want to have a major impact and help to build the university environment of the future? Upload your project online and be noticed by the United Nations (UNRIC) and Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF)

 

Mission:

Suggest an idea that will be part of the campus of the future that has achieved the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

The following marking criteria apply:

- The quality, feasibility, originality and relevance of the idea.

- How cross-cutting the project is (taking into account at least 3 SDGs).

- Team gender diversity and complementarity.

Whatever your project's field remember that it must be achievable on a university campus and fall under one of these 3 themes:

- Students' life

- The campus in the city

- New educational issues

 

Choose a category and submit your vision for the Campus of 2030: the university site that will have achieved all 17 Sustainable Development Goals!

 

Find more information and sign up to participate in the Campus 2030 Challenge click here

Sustainable Development Goals

10/19/2020