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The United Nations has issued a global call for pioneers in climate technologies from the Middle East and North Africa


The Youth Climate Innovation Labs have asked young people in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) working on climate technology solutions to participate in a three-day launchpad.

The most promising initiatives will be allowed to participate in a 6–8 week Climate Innovation Academy Programme designed to assist them in developing their enterprises.

The Youth Climate Innovation Lab is a three-day event where young people from the MENA region work with climate technology experts. The Youth Climate Innovation Lab is a conference that takes place over three days and brings together young entrepreneurs and innovators from the MENA region with industry experts in climate technology, entrepreneurship, and business. The UN Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN), SAFEEM, and Seedstars are working together on this project.

Participants in the program will receive assistance in strengthening their entrepreneurial abilities as part of the program’s mission to mitigate the risks posed to the MENA region by climate change.

According to Mohamad Fanous, program manager for MENA at Seedstars, “it is time to equip our youth with the knowledge and instruments to spearhead climate change actions.”The governments of countries located in the MENA area are quickly moving their nations toward becoming oil-independent economies.

Late applications will not be considered after the September deadline.

Check out the site if you want to apply or learn more.



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