To explore a sustainable environment in Sweden, Google has initiated a specialized team to haggle with the call for a sustainable environment. With storage technology, Humans built a large island of resources to get its kind covered from all the unweathered arrivals.
Technology plays a vital role in the development of a utopian society. From automatically reiterating a conversation and replying effectively to voice commands, the tech world has developed a brawny environment to connect the network from abysmal to the top of an apogee.
To make it for a good cause, On March 10, supported by social entrepreneurship initiative Samhällsentreprenörskap Sverige and Swedish Incubators & Science Parks (SISP), Google launched the Google.org Impact Challenge: Tech for Social Good, being the first open call for non-profit organizations, academic or research institutions and social enterprises in Sweden and other European countries.
They can apply for any technical help and support, majorly focused on climate and sustainable growth. Organizations applying for support will go through gratis support and receive up to six months of support from Google.org.
The funding cannot be compromised below €3 million to help them develop the projects. Chiefly, the project should be a form of execution to identify a key cause that demolishes nature and its operative regulations.
Applicants who are shortlisted have to submerge themselves into a process of reviewing which goes straight onto a Swedish panel of experts, including Gustav Lind (WWF), Victor Galaz (Stockholm Resilience Center), Mala Valroy (Industrifonden) Sara Öhrvall (Axel Johnson) and Kristian Rönn (Normative).
The selected recipients will be undisclosed by the end of the year in Stockholm. As a pioneer in making the world into a tech market, Google has a lot of responsibility to make the environment a last home for people who are thought to be a contender and Google pixellating everything off from its initiation.