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Vinci 2020 Global Climate Challenge

In 2015, VINCI is adopting an open innovation policy, opening up its competition to students with practical, effective ideas to help protect our climate.

The Conference of the Parties (COP21) will see more than 190 countries come together to decide how to limit global warming to 2°C by 2100. 

The aim of the meeting is to reach a universal, global and binding agreement on climate change.

Every two years, VINCI holds its Innovation Awards. This competition is open to all 185,000 of the group's employees across around 100 countries, inviting them to share, promote and circulate their innovative ideas. The 2013 edition saw around 5,300 employees submit 2,075 entries. These innovative ideas reflect a state of mind within the VINCI Group. It is these very ideas that enable the group to excel when it comes to quality, safety and deadlines, and that place respect for the environment at the core of its activities.

In 2015, VINCI is adopting an open innovation policy, opening up its competition to students with practical, effective ideas to help protect our climate.

Now it’s your turn! Come up with simple, innovative and pragmatic solutions to limit the environmental footprint of the VINCI Group's activities by 2020.

Do you have a fertile imagination? Then the 2020 Global Climate Challenge is for you!

The Prize

As well as the unique opportunity to pitch your project to VINCI's management team and meet senior executives in person, you can also win a range of prizes, including a trip to the other side of the world, a weekend in Europe and bicycles.

Your Mission

Your challenge is based on a simple observation, namely that construction and transport are responsible for half of all greenhouse gas emissions, These are the precise sectors in which VINCI operates. The Group's activities involve imagining, designing, financing, building and managing infrastructure and facilities that help improve daily life and mobility for all, namely buildings, roads, energy, motorways, stadia and airports. 

Your objective is to propose innovative, easy-to-implement solutions involving the Group's activities that have a rapid and significant environmental impact.

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