The finals at the Water Conference will leave us with five finalists, of which one will be chosen as the winner. However, like in sports, participating is more important than winning. So, all participants will have the opportunity to continue to develop their idea.
In close collaboration with a business partner, participants will develop their initial idea into a social or technical innovation. The finalists, including the winner of phase 1 have had the opportunity to develop their idea the longest, so they have a significant head start.
Phase 2 will be open to join for all previously participating and new participants of youth, athletes, local communities, experts, knowledge institutes and partners.
Sports is our big inspiration. The mentality of athletes to work towards a deadline is the perfect inspiration to work together on the climate goals.
The Olympic Games in Paris are going to be the most sustainable to date. Our aim is to go beyond New York and work towards 2030.
Further develop our idea with the partnerships we’ve established. Create more impact in local communities.
Join us on our wave to Paris!
We started our wave during the World Expo in Dubai in 2020, where we first committed to new sustainable partnerships.
Our aim is to work together with all participants, coaches and partners towards 2025. Let’s stick together and keep working so we can show the world what you can achieve if you work together!
There’s only one perfect venue for this: the World Expo in Osaka, Japan!
The Sustainable Development Goals are designed to be achieved by 2030.
If we work hard, both locally and globally, by creating sustainable partnerships, we can do anything.
Join our wave and let’s be prepared when 2030 arrives!