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Call for applications: Turn your clean-tech idea into business and compete globally
Apply now for ClimateLaunchpad – the world’s largest green business ideas competition across 35 countries. We train you. You compete nationally. Together with our industry experts you can transform your idea into a sustainable business. Whether your idea is still on the back of a napkin or fully fledged, you are most welcome to join. Your idea can be a mind shift in urban mobility, a revolution in the food chain, a rethink of waste management, a breakthrough in energy production or efficiency or any other idea that helps fix climate change. Boot camp sessions and mentoring through industry professionals will help you to transform your idea into a real sustainable business before competing with your peers on national level. The most innovative and promising ideas will make it to the global finals in Europe with the chance to win a ticket to the high level EIT Climate-KIC Accelerator program and prize money.
ClimateLaunchpad is offered by Climate-KIC Australia in collaboration with our partners in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. The program is free of charge and open to anyone with an innovative green idea.
Download the flyer, learn more about ClimateLaunchpad and Apply now!
Submissions close Thursday, 30 May.
Have a question? Contact  sina.lengelsen@climate-kic.org.au

RENeW Nexus

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https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/renewnexus

Emergence of Peer-To-Peer electricity trading via blockchain: comparative case study of technological innovation system build-up

By Kristina Hojckova

Wednesday 21 Feb 2018

Norman Dufty Lecture Theatre Building 210 R00m 102

Co-operative Research Centre for Low Carbon Living Regenerative Cities National Forum

Tuesday 23 May 2017

Professor Herbert Girardet offered a global perspective on the Regenerative Cities movement at this forum, hosted by CUSP.