Opportunities young professionals and environmental entrepreneurs can NOT miss


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UN Young Champions of the Earth

UN Environment is on the hunt for the next young champion of the earth!

If you are someone who sees the opportunity, where others see crisis, and you want to change the world – or know someone who does –  this is the opportunity for you!

In 2019, seven young people, selected from every global region will be named UN Young Champions of the Earth.

These winners will receive: seed funding, intensive training, and tailored mentorship to bring their big environmental ideas to life.
They’re looking for the artists, scientists, economists, communicators and entrepreneurs aged 18 to 30, with big, bold ideas — for our planet, for humanity, for a greener future.

Are you one of them? The call is now open. APPLY NOW

Don’t miss the March 31st deadline!

If you need some inspiration, take a look at 2018 Young Champions of the Earth.

Arpit Dhupar, 26, India: Chakr Shield

Miao Wang, 30, China: Better Blue

Heba Al-Farra, 30, Kuwait: Women in En. & Env.

Shady Rabab, 27, Egypt: Garbage Music

Miranda Wang, 24, USA: BioCellection

Gator Halpern, 28, Bahamas: Coral Vita

Hugh Weldon, 25, Ireland: Evocco

Nudge: A unique learning experience for future leaders who want to make a global difference.

Nudge is looking for young professionals eager to embed sustainability at the roots of their organisations

If you feel that you are a Next Generation Leader, and if you are eager to make the impact this is a chance for you to gain the knowledge, inspiration and skills. Nudge combined leadership, sustainability and impact in an eight-month development programme (August 2019 – April 2020). The highlight of the programme is a unique three-day learning experience in the Netherlands (21, 22, 23 October 2019).

They invite ambitious professionals (23 – 33 yrs) who are ready to rise to the Nudge Global Impact Challenge to team up.

If you are up for the challenge, become a force for change and APPLY NOW.