Climate Science Olympiad 2021 winners

Solve global problems
to present in the UN

Win a trip to the UN climate summit, money and personal career support.

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Benefits

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UN Climate Summit

Present your ideas to governments whose problems you solved.

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Mentoring Support

Personalised mentoring and a prize pool of $15,000.

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Career Opportunities

Recognition and opportunities for career development.

How it works

How it works
 Registration Ends:
 Registration Ends:

February Registration Ends:

Feb 29th

Last Qualifier

June 16th, 2024

Olympiad Ceremony

November, 24th

Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, speaks at the ClimateScience Olympiad 2021 Awards Ceremony at UN Climate Summit, Glasgow.

100,000 students,
190 countries

Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, speaks at the ClimateScience Olympiad 2021 Awards Ceremony at UN Climate Summit, Glasgow.

Jane Goodall

“Empowering young people is what I’ve been all about for so long, beginning our roots and shoots program, back in 1991, with 12 high school students. […] Young people, such as those who are here today, such as all of you who took part in this competition.”

Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, ClimateScience Olympiad Finals Ceremony, COP26 Glasgow.

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