The MIT Center for Collective Intelligence’s Climate CoLab Sustainable Land Use contest seeks proposals on sustainable land use and waste management practices that can be effectively implemented and brought to scale, in order to address the challenges of global climate change.
Individuals, local authorities, service providers, associations, organisations and businesses legally registered in a member state of the European Union or in an H2020 associated country or in a developing country can apply for projects related to experimentation with urban data and the Internet of Things.
The Global Challenges Prize 2017: A New Shape offers US$5 million in awards for the best ideas for a global governance framework that can better manage the threats posed by four interlinked ‘mega-risks’: climate change, environmental damage, conflict and extreme poverty.
The Humphrey Fellowship Program offers valuable opportunities for professional development through selected university courses, attending conferences, networking, and practical work experiences. Program fields in sustainable development: agricultural and rural development; economic development, finance and banking; natural resources, environmental policy, and climate change; urban and regional planning.
Businesses from definite african and asian countries can apply for funding for advisory support and non-reimbursable funding (€ 50 000 – 200 000) in order to develop innovative and inclusive products, services, and business models that can contribute to the fight Against poverty and climate change.