Students challenge, Netherlands.
Large scale educational program started in the Netherlands. CLEAR RIVERS is currently collaborating with six high schools to challenge 500 students to come with innovative ideas to improve our Litter Traps. The collaboration supports technical education and creates awareness about plastic pollution. The students will work in teams and challenge each other to come up with the best proposals. The finalists will test their prototype in the largest Makers Space of the Netherlands under the guidance of students of the Rotterdam University. The winning team will have their proposal exhibited in the Rotterdam Maritime Museum.
CLEAR RIVERS works on education to create more awareness and knowledge about plastic pollution and its solutions. New generations are educated to prevent and solve the issues of marine litter.