Margriet Schreuders is Head of Charities at the Dutch Postcode Lottery and is chair of the preliminary jury of the Postcode Lottery Green Challenge. Since we've only one month left before the entry period closes we asked her some questions like about the jury proces.
Our annual global search for start-ups that combat climate change started again today! Green start-ups can submit their business plan on this website. The winner will receive €500,000 to develop their product or service and introduce it to the market. The Postcode Lottery Green Challenge is one of the biggest annual competitions in the field of sustainable business. Start-ups from around the world can take part.
From tomorrow green start-ups worldwide can enter the 11th edition of the Postcode Lottery Green Challenge. From that day the entry form will be available on our webpage. Until the 1st of June 2017 it is possible to submit your registration. We are curious as to which promising start-ups are going to surprise us in this year's edition.
Only six weeks until the Postcode Lottery Green Challenge 2017 kicks off. Who can apply?
Everybody who is combatting climate change and has written a business plan on how to do so. To find out if your start-up meets our requirements you can have a look at our entry criteria. Check out our FAQ section for more information.
Last September, Zhengliang won €200,000 with his start-up Green City Solutions. They invented the CityTree, a revolutionairy system to fight climate change and air pollution. We were wondering how he and his team are doing.
- Life after the finale, an update from PHYSEE -
- The facts of 10 years Green Challenge -
- Compilation of the event -
- Start-up PHYSEE wins €500,000 -
- And the finalist are… -
- This year’s chair of the jury -
- Truly vintage fashion -
- Flying a kite for clean energy -
- Queen Máxima at 10th edition Postcode Lottery Green Challenge -
- Black gold from the Amazon -
- Follow the sun for clean water -
- Ocean-Proof Plastics Anyone? -
- A very smart shower -
- Blogpost by Andy Ridley, CEO Circle Economy and Co-founder of Earth Hour -
- The sun: The ultimate BBQ -
- Mi casa es su casa, and all my stuff is your stuff -
- Making plastic good -
- Mushrooms to the rescue! -
- Catch up with Shiply - runner-up Green Challenge 2009 -
- Growing bricks from scratch to reduce carbon emissions -
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