Competition Information (2017)
DATE OF COMPETITION: Saturday, December 9th, 2017
Competitors’ main objective will be to design a climate change solution that aims to either mitigate humans’ environmental impact, or prevent the consequences associated with climate change. Teams can have anywhere from one to three members.
Solutions aimed towards mitigating environmental impact can focus on increasing the efficiency of current technologies, adjusting government policy plans, making solutions more economically viable, and more. Renewable energy categories can include solar energy, wind energy, geothermal energy, thermoelectric energy, hydrogen energy, hydroelectric energy, bioenergy, and any other plan used to reduce the usage of coal, oil, gas, and other fossil fuels.
Submissions aimed towards prevention can be about preventing the effects associated with climate change, including seawalls, ozone regeneration, etc. Any of the renewable energy categories listed above can also be used, if they are applicable.
- Register online by Sunday, November 26th, 2017.
- Submit Summaries by Friday December 8th at 5PM EST.
- Submit presentations by Saturday, December 9th, 2017.