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July 27 - 28, 2020

For 48 hours, the sun will never set on innovation as we again tackle some of the biggest challenges facing our planet. If you're interested in learning more about how you can get involved with Invent for the Planet, please email us at

This year's challenges: 

  1. Reduce our carbon footprint in urban areas
  2. Prevent pedestrian injuries and deaths
  3. Help those experiencing homelessness
  4. Combat Australian bushfires
  5. Create sustainable energy solutions for a developing world
  6. Develop sustainable waste management solutions for passenger planes
  7. Design upgrades for smarter cities
  8. Filter out fake news
  9. Empower parents in developing world
  10. Eliminate single-use plastics
  11. Design a futuristic engineering hub for aircraft development
  12. Make air travel less stressful
  13. Safely dispose of trash in the ocean
  14. Find a way to detect viruses like the coronavirus sooner

Global winners will be awarded: 

  • $3,000 USD for first place
  • $2,000 USD for second place
  • $1,000 USD for third place

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