All solutions submitted to The Liveability Challenge must fulfil the following criteria to be considered:
• Must have proof of concept •
• At least Technology Readiness Level 6 •
• Must be applicable to Singapore and urban environments in the tropics •
The themes for 2020 are Urban Food Production, Circular Packaging and Decarbonisation.
PLEASE NOTE: Participation in The Liveability Challenge consists of 2 stages:
Registration – Please click the button above to provide necessary details and hit submit.
Submission – Should your project be accepted, you will receive an email within 48 hours of registration, prompting you to complete the rest of your application on the submission platform. Please provide all required information and supporting documents to back your application, and submit your entry before 11.59pm (GMT +8) on 17 April 2020.
Urban farming represents an opportunity to improve food security in cities and minimise agriculture-related emissions—but still consumes a large amount of resources today. We're looking for technological solutions that will deliver a breakthrough in sustainable urban food production.
We're looking for innovative packaging solutions to replace or reduce packaging waste made from plastic, glass, virgin/hard-to-recycle paper, or aluminium. These solutions should be useful in the retail, fashion, beauty, logistics and food & beverage industries.
We’re looking for solutions that will enable cities to capture and use carbosan in a productive, sustainable way. Key considerations include how long CO2 captured can be sequestered and kept out of the air. We’re also searching for game-changing, disruptive new solutions to decarbonise traditional sectors and processes in industries such as logistics, mobility and more.
Finalists in The Liveability Challenge 2020 could secure the following:
• Up to S$1 million in funding
Secure your spot on this page, and you’ll receive a link to the full submission form within 2 days. Projects will only be considered if submitted through Submit.com. Incomplete submissions or solutions that do not meet the criteria outlined above will be declined. Note that the two-stage application process will need to be submitted by 17 April 2020, 11:59pm GMT +8. Criteria for the evaluation of submissions can be found under the FAQs section.