future for all!
future for all!
Create a brighter future for all
Wageningen University & Research is inviting students from around the world to develop an innovative, nature-based perspective for one of the most climate-vulnerable regions in the world, the Bangladesh delta region. Can you visualize the potential of nature-based solutions to respond to the biggest challenges of the 21st century: climate change and biodiversity loss?
Join the Challenge to learn more about nature-based solutions, grow professionally and make friends for life. This experience will boost your career and empower you to create change!I want to be a changemaker! I want to be a changemaker!
Working together to make a difference!
At Wageningen University & Research top scientists and students from all over the world join forces to work on projects that make a difference to the quality of life. With a focus on climate change and biodiversity loss, we are committed to harnessing the potential of nature-based solutions.
WUR experts have been actively engaged in this field for over two decades and have successfully pioneered numerous projects that have influenced policy and paved the way for large-scale implementation, both within the Netherlands and internationally. Nature-based Challenge is an unique initiative of Wageningen University & Research giving students from all over the world an opportunity to work on this important topic.Learn more Learn more
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