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 OPEN CALL 

The most important program in

Education for Sustainability

Sustainable Future ED is a program for student ambassadors—leaders in sustainability—to generate actions and projects to raise awareness about climate change. Students aged 13 to 18 can apply to this program in teams of up to 4 members, to participate and represent their school, becoming international student leaders in climate change.

Each team will present their project prototype to a panel of judges, who will select the top 3 projects to be awarded.

PROGRAM COMPONENTS

Online experience

Duration: 5 weeks
2 hours per week

Learning experience through our EDRADIX platform on the topics of:

  • Sustainability

  • Leadership

  • Co-creation of projects

Students will create a project to benefit their community with the guidance of their mentor.

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In-person experience

Duration: 3 days
20 hours in total

Interactive experience where students and their mentors participate in learning spaces with experts in environmental topics.

Based at Tec de Monterrey, Aguascalientes campus, with a visit to the Cubico Photovoltaic Park in Aguascalientes, Mexico.

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WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR?

Mentors

Teachers and school administrators interested in promoting sustainability

They will support their students at every stage of the process, from application to event attendance.

Student Teams

 

Children and adolescents aged 13 to 18 (7th grade to 12th grade)

They will become sustainability leaders through the development of a project that addresses an environmental issue.

IMPORTANT DATES

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INTERNATIONAL EXPERTS

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Luis Ricardo

Fernández Carril

Professor and Sustainability Coordinator

Tec de Monterrey

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Gael Almeida

García Noriega

Regional Leader of

Latin America

National Geographic Society

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Rutilo 

Rojas Osornio

Sustainable Design

Director

PepsiCo

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Liliana Gutiérrez 

Coordinator

Citizen initiative for the protection of seas and coasts

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Brenda Campos

Senior Director of

Social Impact

Sesame Workshop Latam

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Alondra Jazmín

Fraustro Cardiel

Fundadora y Directora General

Ciencia Mágica

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Victor Manuel 

Figueroa Morales

Director General

clica

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María Alejandra

Garza López

Co-fundadora

Universidad Carolina

HOW TO APPLY?

Create and join a team of up to four student members. Each team must select a teacher to act as the team mentor.

1

Each team must select an environmental issue that the community want to solve.

2

Record a video

(maximum 4 minutes) explaining:

  • What is that problem?

  • How does it affect our community?

  • What would our community look like if this problem were resolved?

3

4

Fill out the form with the participants data and upload the application video and the authorization letters from parents or guardians.

**The selection committee will review the applications and notify the participants of the results via email.

HOW MUCH TIME
DO WE HAVE LEFT?

For climate change to be irreversible...

This clock, created in 2015, tells us the time left  to limit global warming to increase in 1.5 °C. The high temperature will mark the beginning of a series of catastrophes such as mega-hurricanes, more intense and long-lasting heat waves, extreme droughts, sea level rise, melting of the poles, and others.

Join initiatives such as Sustainable Future ED

to stop this clock! 

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ALLIES

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