Brunel MBA student, Rajan Dua, has received a certificate in recognition of his work done as Low Carbon Entrepreneur Ambassador by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson.
The Mayor’s Low Carbon Entrepreneur 2014 competition was open to London’s further and higher education students and recent graduates. The 2014 Low Carbon Entrepreneur, in partnership with Siemens, were looking for innovative ideas to help us reduce London’s CO2 emissions by 60 per cent before 2025 with a 20K prize for the overall winner.
Rajan’s project – Green Wall Street, aims to educate new generations of citizens on current environmental and sustainability issues by running an awareness progress program in partnership with schools, colleges, universities, local councils and organisations. The Green Wall Street project also aims to provide them with an innovative and technology driven platform that would further facilitate learning and encourage users to network with other people, undertake green projects and showcase their achievements to the rest of the world, thus building a strong foundation to combat global environmental problems.
Rajan commented, “Participating in Low Carbon Entrepreneur 2014 competition has been a wonderful, learning and rewarding experience. It has given us a great opportunity to showcase our ideas and contribute towards building green city of tomorrow. I also volunteered as Ambassador for Brunel University and had pleasure promoting the event within Brunel and happy that this time we have seen increased participation from Brunel. The possibilities at Low Carbon Entrepreneur competition are endless from getting funding to implement your bright idea to several rewards in form of internship opportunities at Siemens and City Hall. I look forward to further develop my idea and participate again in Low Carbon Entrepreneur 2015 competition.”
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