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Climate Action Recognition Scheme 2021─22

Events, SDSN Hong Kong, SDG13 Climate Action | 04 November 2021

Climate Action Recognition Scheme (CARS) is an entrepreneurship program initiated by Hong Kong SDG Hub, co-organised by the Environment Bureau and sponsored by The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporate.  The Scheme recognizes and invests in innovative and outstanding start-up ideas which address the UN SDG 13 ─ Climate Action.  Holistic training in entrepreneurship and innovation, mentorship support, a publicity and networking platform, fund and resources will be provided to young entrepreneurs who are determined to act on and transform climate awareness into climate actions and solutions.

This year, SDSN HK is honored to be one of CARS's strategic partners.

Application deadline: 30 December 2021 (Thursday)

Details: http://sdghub.hk/cars-main-en

Climate Action Recognition Scheme 2021─22

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04 November 2021

Climate Action Recognition Scheme (CARS) is an entrepreneurship program initiated by Hong Kong SDG Hub, co-organised by the Environment Bureau and sponsored by The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporate.  The Scheme recognizes and invests in innovative and outstanding start-up ideas which address the UN SDG 13 ─ Climate Action.  Holistic training in entrepreneurship and innovation, mentorship support, a publicity and networking platform, fund and resources will be provided to young entrepreneurs who are determined to act on and transform climate awareness into climate actions and solutions.

This year, SDSN HK is honored to be one of CARS's strategic partners.

Application deadline: 30 December 2021 (Thursday)

Details: http://sdghub.hk/cars-main-en

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