Tech Challenge 2020
The 2nd C40 Women4Climate Tech Challenge will select women-led innovative tech solution for climate with a measurable impact to experiment them in C40 cities.
C40 cities joining the Tech Challenge commit to pilot the winning solution and contribute to the selection by participating in the expert jury panel, which will select the finalists, as well as in the mayoral and city official jury panel, which will select the winners.
Innovators, entrepreneurs and startupers selected to be finalists and winners will be eligible to receive financial or technical support from C40 and their partners, plus acceleration or implementation in C40 Cities. C40 support will be custom-designed for each solution, depending on the project’s level of maturity and the needs: acceleration; incubation; residence within the city; urban space for experimentation; co-design of experimentations on citizens/users.
The cities committed to pilot the winning innovative solutions are interested in the following thematic areas:
- Adaptation and risk cities response
- Healthy public buildings
- Green and healthier streets
For more information on each thematic focus and the issues they hope to solve, see the “Call for Applications” guidelines available for download from the sidebar on the right of this page.
After a successful first edition in Paris and Tel Aviv-Yafo, the 2019-20 Tech Challenge has expanded to even more C40 cities.
- Los Angeles will consider applications for 'Healthy Public Buildings'
- Lisbon will consider applications for 'Healthy Public Buildings' and 'Green & Healthier Streets'
- Stockholm will consider applications for 'Green & Healthier Streets'
- Tel Aviv-Yafo will consider applications for 'Adaptation & Risk Cities Response' and 'Green & Healthier Streets'
Applicants can apply from anywhere in the world as their solutions can be piloted in any city, but please note that cities will only select one winner project to be piloted in their city.
For more information click "LINK TO ORIGINAL" below.
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