The participation fee is only for Gold-winners that are invited for the International INESPO program
NL: Let op! Geldt niet voor Nederlandse deelnemers!
To keep the Olympiad interesting and not limit the students and teachers to one specific topic, INESPO chooses to define the project in broad terms. Therefore, the participants can work freely within the categories Energy, Environment end Engineering using the following five subjects: chemistry, physics, biology, geography, social/civics.
A project Olympiad means that students first elaborate their innovative ideas and solutions on paper which is then followed by the creation of a concept. This concept can take the form of a mockup, a working miniature design or a collage. In their research paper and a short video, participants must be able to explain and present their project both in theory and in practice. The written and spoken language for the international round is English. The organization does not provide translation for any documents and or visual material.
Recycle and Reuse
Clean Energy Technology
INESPO is an international submission-based competition for environmental solutions from secondary school students. It challenges students, working in teams, to submit projects that use a thoroughly integrated approach to provide solutions that protect and enhance the environment.