The Environment Now had its last event last week to celebrate the achievements of the 50 young entrepreneurs and impact of the programme. Projects, partners and funders attended the event on December 4th to hear from projects on their experiences and for NYA to outline the impact of the programme. The NYA team are so
The Environment Now programme has funded 50 young people aged 17-24 from across the UK with a £10,000 grant to use digital technology to find innovative solutions to environmental issues. The programme is funded by O2 and the National Lottery’s Big Lottery Fund through the Our Bright Future programme, and is managed by the National
The Environment Now’ team members Heather and Lydia attended the Digital Leaders 100 Awards to represent our proudly shortlisted ‘Cross Sector Digital Collaboration’ between NYA, O2’s Go Think Big and Our Bright Future.
Last week, we heard from Sam at YellowLabel who told us about his experiences on The Environment Now and his delight in being recognised as one of the top 100 Digital leaders, specifically in the top ten ‘Young Digital Leader of the Year’ in 2018. This week, Lydia caught up with Emily to ask
NYA, O2 and Our Bright Future are so proud of our two young entrepreneurs from ‘The Environment Now’ who have been recognised as one of the top 100 Digital leaders, specifically in the top ten ‘Young Digital Leaders’ in 2018. If you haven’t voted for us (The Environment Now) or our young people (Sam Patchitt
The 5th Annual Digital Leaders 100 list highlights the latest champions of digital transformation across the UK. The public can now vote for their favourites across a range of award categories to put the list into a final order – including The Environment Now. This year’s list as always includes some extraordinary individuals. Competing for
16 new green tech projects funded by The Environment Now have been announced.
Eight new green tech projects funded by The Environment Now have been announced. The grants programme, supported by O2’s Think Big in partnership with the National Youth Agency, offers funding, training, work experience and support to get young people’s green ideas off the ground. It is today (31 October 2017) announcing 8 projects worth £80,000.
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Ten new green tech projects funded by The Environment Now have been announced.