CarbonCure is on a mission to make concrete a climate solution and annually reduce and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere by 500 million metric tons. As part of that mission, we are looking to support the next generation of leaders in sustainability within the concrete industry and are excited to offer the CarbonCure Sustainability in Concrete Scholarship in partnership with our producer partners from around the world.
The CarbonCure Sustainability in Concrete Scholarship is offered to any undergraduate freshman, sophomore, or transfer student enrolled full time in a CIM academic institution for the year beginning in September 2023 and who has a demonstrated interest in promoting sustainability within the concrete industry.
There will be one $2,000 scholarship awarded at each CIM institution.
Essay prompt (1000 words max):
- What role do you see concrete playing in mitigating the climate crisis?
- How do you plan to apply your education and personal experience to furthering sustainability in concrete?
Student submissions and essays are judged by a panel of CarbonCure employees.
Applications will be open until October 15, 2023.
CarbonCure Technologies, a fast-growing carbon dioxide removal tech company, is on a mission to annually reduce and remove 500 million metric tons of carbon emissions annually -equal to taking 100 million cars off the road each year. CarbonCure's suite of technologies permanently store captured CO2 in concrete through carbon mineralization. With more than 750 systems sold across the global concrete industry and a methodology verified by Verra, CarbonCure's technologies currently save from the atmosphere thousands of metric tons of CO2 each month—with exponential growth and impact,
year-over-year. CarbonCure's cutting-edge research and innovation have garnered global recognition and prestigious titles, most notably Carbon XPRIZE
Grand Prize Winner, 2020 North American Cleantech Company of the Year and Cleantech 100 Hall of Fame Company. CarbonCure's investors include Breakthrough Energy Ventures, Amazon, Microsoft, Carbon Direct, and Mitsubishi Corporation.
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