To motivate students and award their efforts, we want to plant trees in the name of the first 5 schools that share their ideas in the Ludenso Sustainability Challenge. So why not get started on the challenge on October 1st, and plant trees while you do it?
At Ludenso, we want to enable all student to become digital creators. The 3D modelling tool, Ludenso Create, is designed to help students collaborate, visualize ideas, and unleash their creativity.
But building in 3D for the purpose of building in 3D is not as meaningful as creating real life prototypes that solves real world problems. We’re therefore hoping that the Ludenso Sustainability Challenge will help spark ideas on how we can create a more sustainable future. This way students can utilize the 3D modelling and AR technology to create climate-positive solutions.
To motivate students and award their efforts, we want to plant trees in the name of the first 5 schools that share their ideas in our sustainability challenge. So why not get started on the challenge on October 1st, and plant trees while you do it?
Getting a small forest planted in the name of your school is as simple as solving the Ludenso Sustainability Challenge in Ludenso Create. Simply create an account (which is free, too), and invite your students to a creative lesson that helps plant trees.
Ludenso Create is free to use, so even if you usually make 3D models or AR experiences with other software, why not try using Ludenso Create to work with the SDGs? That way, you get to work with solving the sustainability goals, while you do some good for the planet.
The first 5 participants who share their 3D or AR creations with #Ludenso and #SustainabilityChallenge will be directly contacted. We’ll then plant trees in the name of the school and share a personal certificate with the winners.
We will order the trees from Brynk, who will plant the trees on our behalf. They are working with the Gold Standard and the Eden Reforestation Project. Brynk is planting trees with members of local communities in Madagascar, Kenya, Indonesia, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mozambique and Nepal.