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National Geographic Ocean Plastic Development Difficulty 2019

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National Geographic Ocean Plastic Development Difficulty 2019

Due Date: June 11, 2019

Applications for the National Geographic Ocean Plastic Development Difficulty 2019 are now open. The obstacle asks issue solvers from around the world to establish unique options to deal with the world’s plastic waste crisis.

More than 9 million lots of plastic waste wind up in our oceans each year, and without interventions, this number is anticipated to practically double to 17 million loads each year by2025 The Ocean Plastic Development Difficulty will concentrate on 3 tactical methods to resolve this growing crisis: creating options to single-use plastic, determining chances for markets to resolve plastic waste throughout supply chains, and successfully interacting the requirement for action through information visualization.

Difficulty Tracks

The obstacle is a 1 year competitors made up of 3 complementary tracks that will run at the same time– Style, Circular Economy, and Data Visualization.

  • Style Track: The Style Track challenges groups to recognize practical, investable options to enhance food and drink product packaging and containers.
  • Circular Economy Track: The Circular Economy Track challenges groups to establish scalable service designs and innovation options, relevant throughout markets, to decrease plastic product packaging waste and motivate the reuse and repurposing of plastic options rather of discarding them after one usage.
  • Information Visualization: The Information Visualization Track challenges groups to represent a pertinent, reputable information set associated to the international obstacle of plastic waste as an information visualization.

Reward

  • Groups will complete for aggregate reward handbags of approximately $500,000, and certified taking part groups might have the chance to get a minimum of $1 million in aggregate financial investment from Sky Ocean Ventures.

Eligibility

  • Open to ingenious scientists, conservationists, teachers, writers, and technologists from around the world

Application

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