2019 Future BNE Challenge - World Science Festival Brisbane
As part of World Science Festival Brisbane in March 2019, Brisbane City Council will host the Green Heart Schools Future BNE Challenge - an interactive, innovation-focused event imagining Brisbane as a city of the future. As part of this event, school teams will evaluate local and global challenges such as population growth, environmental security and liveability and record a video pitch about their solution to secure Brisbane's low carbon future.
The Future BNE Challenge is for Year 7 students and is linked to the Australian Curriculum and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education. It will be held at Brisbane City Hall on Wednesday 20 March 2019. Participating schools will be invited to attend the official program welcome (including pre-event activities and guest speakers) at 8am. In 2019, the Future BNE learning challenge will run one session only between 8am-2pm.
Register for the Green Heart Schools Future BNE Challenge by completing and submitting the applicable online form. Places are limited. Read the eligibility information before registering your team.
All schools within Brisbane City Council boundaries and a limited number of schools in neighbouring local government areas are eligible to register for the Future BNE Challenge. Schools can nominate up to 30 Year 7 students to participate in the challenge. Students will compete in school teams of 10.
2018 Future BNE Challenge
Read about the 2018 Future BNE Challenge. This page also includes photos and video from 2018 and a link to photos in a Flickr gallery from 2017.
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