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New Climate Change Challenge open to all 15-18 year olds

High school students worldwide are being urged to pitch their big ideas for a better future as part of the 2024 Climate Change Challenge.

Led by Oxford University’s Saïd Business School and Burjeel Holdings, the Challenge is open to two groups: teams of students and teachers, who have to suggest solutions across any of these five climate change areas: air pollution, extreme weather, water scarcity, food security, and biodiversity.

Student teams can come from a single school, or multiple schools, while high school teachers can enter by creating lessons that raise awareness about climate change and encourage students to think of ways to solve it.

Finalists will take to the stage in Baku, Azerbaijan during COP29 in November, with the winners invited to Oxford in 2025 to join a climate change programme at Saïd Business School in Oxford. Expenses will be covered for both.

Applications need to be in by 15 September – find out more, and also check out our challenges page.

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Iain is a creative writer, journalist and lecturer, and formerly an editor of two international business publications. Iain is now editor of Innovators Magazine, as well as the strategic content director for OnePoint5Media.

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