Winners are announced!
On 6 March an international jury announced the 20 winners out of 452 submissions. These winning projects are focussed on tackle pressing energy issues in México City, São Paulo, Nairobi, Delhi and Amsterdam are nominated for the improvementphase in the Clean Energy Challenge.
Overlooking the twenty winners of the Clean Energy Challenge jury member Ayush Chauhan (Quicksand) commented: ‘This…
Which projects will be among the twenty winners of the Clean Energy Challenge? Next week, on…
Eating in Nairobi
Let’s re-think Nairobi’s food supply chains to make the journey from farm to fork greener and more equitable for all.
moving around SÃo Paulo
Cars, busses and delivery vehicles – São Paulo is full with traffic. We need a brilliant way to encourage green mobility in the city.
BUILDING IN DELHI
In the rush to build for booming populations, e have to promote green building and decrease pollution in ever-expanding Delhi.
Waste in mexico city
Mexico City ranks as the second biggest producer of waste. Let’s turn Mexico City’s waste problem into a clean energy solution.
CITYSCAPE OF AMSTERDAM
Canals, strict regulation and a lack of space. Let’s find a way to adapt a beautiful historic city like Amsterdam to renewable energy.