Win £5K funding and a place on an incubator programme for your green tech idea.

We are looking for ideas that help improve our environment with technology. Submissions can take many forms from videos to presentations, we just want to hear how your idea can benefit the environment. Entries will be judged by a panel of industry experts and the lucky winner will get a spot on Imperial College London's incubator programme, plus £5,000 funding. 

We are looking for ideas that demonstrate

How can technology help our planet?

We've launched Future Changers, an open invitation to the next generation of digital innovators and creators, to find a digital product that could change the future of sustainability, by reducing carbon emissions and waste. In such a rapidly developing world, with growing industries, technological advancements and an expanding population, these are two of the biggest challenges we face. Our new global competition will find people who are the future of technology, those with ambitions to change the world.

The Judging

Entries will be shortlisted by a panel of industry judges, including Lucy Siegle, Contributing Editor of Eco-Age, Solitaire Townsend, co-founder of Futerra Paresh Modi, Global Head of Innovation at Vodafone and Ben Mumby-Croft, Director of Entrepreneurship at Imperial College.

The final winner will receive funding and development support to work alongside Vodafone, as part of Techcelerate, Imperial College’s 3-month incubation programme.

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