Competition winners will receive £2000 to support their eco journey. Students across the region are being urged to play their part in helping save the planet by getting involved in a new competition to find sustainable climate change solutions.
Children and young people across the Humber aged between 11-18 are invited to help make a difference in the global fight against climate change by planning and delivering their own eco-project for The Waterline Student Challenge 2021, sponsored by SSE Thermal. Read more here.
Individuals or teams of between two and 10 can take part and projects could, among many ideas, include recycling schemes, minimising food waste, and water or environment management.
Entries will be judged on demonstrating a knowledge of how to protect the environment, creativity and imagination, and delivery, with six finalists going through to take part in The Waterline Summit 2021.
Each of the finalists will receive a behind the scenes VIP experience with a supporting business, providing an invaluable insight into the career opportunities available to them with a sustainable company committed to protecting the environment, along with £500 per team.
The overall winners, to be announced on the launch day of The Waterline Summit, will also receive £2,000 to support its school, college or club on its eco journey. REGISTER INTEREST