Innovate to Mitigate challenges 8th–12th grade students to submit ideas that will mitigate climate change by reducing greenhouse gases.
People around the world are working hard on this problem. To meet the big challenges we face, we need good ideas from everyone. This competition invites students to join the global community addressing climate change and unlocks their potential for finding solutions!
Student teams submit a brief abstract describing their idea(s) for an innovation. After a crowdsourced discussion, they use feedback from peers to revise their idea, then develop and test a mitigation prototype. Finally, they submit a video and paper that make the case for how and why their innovation will reduce greenhouse gases. Winners are selected by a team of judges.
Students! Compete for a chance to win prize money. Earn recognition from peers, community, and experts.
Teachers! Engage your students in problem-based learning. Invite them to do STEM projects that have the potential for real-world impact in mitigating climate change. The Innovate to Mitigate Challenge, aligned with Next Generation Science Standards practices, works in the following contexts:
Interested teachers can preregister below. We will contact you promptly to share more information and answer questions.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The subway piezoelectric project did a very good job at using two problems, lack of steady pressure and high power use in urban areas, to create a solution. I was intrigued by their idea and would be excited to see it in action in a big city."