SingularityU the Netherlands, with its residence at Strijp-S in Eindhoven, is looking for the best ideas to fight the consequences of climate change. The one person with the best idea will join the Global Solutions Program (GSP), a 9-week educational program held each year from June through August at the Singularity University campus at the NASA Research Park in Silicon Valley. The value of the prize is €50,000 and is fully covered by SingularityU The Netherlands.

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