The goal of the Challenge is to use space technologies to find new and innovative solutions to address climate change issues in New Zealand, Australia, and the Pacific Islands.
Apply and you could win up to NZ$30,000 in cash, mentorship support, and data vouchers to further your research. The Challenge is open to individuals and teams living in New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific Islands.
Applications for a chance to compete in the final demo and pitch session on 18 Feb 2022 is now open. Three finalists will be invited to compete for the grand prize awards. Teams need not be part of the incubator programme to submit a full application. Apply now.
Carbon Sequestration Using satellite data, in combination with other data sources, help develop verifiable methods to measure carbon sequestration on land and in coastal areas.
High School Level
Help improve the monitoring of coral health changes due to climate change using satellite technology.
Incubator/Mentorship Programme: 15 Nov 2021 – 31 Jan 2022 (currently ongoing)
Full Application Deadline: 31 Jan 2022 Applicants need not be in the incubator to apply.
Finalist Announcement: by 10 Feb 2022
3 Finalists from each category will be selected and invited to demo and pitch for the Grand Prize