12 years—That's all the time humanity has left to keep global warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius, as the recent IPCC report makes clear.
But it’s not time to give up—we can still stop this. If we are going to avoid a global climate crisis and build a sustainable future, we’ll need to slash emissions by 45% before 2030. To do that, we need to speed up the shift to clean energy; we need to get smart with the way we produce and consume; we need a circular economy.
That’s why The Liveability Challenge is back to close the financing gap between the ideas that will make cities liveable places and the investments that will make these solutions a reality.
Join us on Thursday, 10 January 2019 to witness the launch of the second edition of The Liveability Challenge, a global call for the most innovative and impactful energy and circular economy solutions for cities in the tropics.
The brightest innovators and companies stand a chance to win up to S$1 million in grant funding, or the opportunity to run a prestigious crowdfunding campaign for up to S$500,000 on private investor crowdfunding platform, FundedHere.
Come for cocktails and canapes, and take part in an electrifying conversation with our speakers about driving innovation and funding for the sustainable solutions needed to halt climate change and create a liveable future for all.
See what happened at The Liveability Challenge 2018 here.