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More than 2,300 RCA students will be invited to be part of the initiative

“Small ideas can have a big impact if they are supported by the right design, science and engineering, and that is the key idea behind the Terra Carta Design Lab,” Prince Charles said in a statement. “We only have 100 days until COP26 to tackle the climate and biodiversity crisis, and we will all have to do our part, old and young, if we want to change the way we care for the Earth, making it sustainable for nature, people and the planet”.

More than 2,300 RCA students will be invited to be part of the initiative
For this, the initiative will invite more than 2,300 RCA students with an average age of 27 years, from more than 70 different countries, to collaborate in multidisciplinary teams from the four schools of the College: Architecture, Arts and Humanities, Communication and Design. They will be joined by former RCA alumni (2011-2021) who will bring a real-world perspective and experience.

Sir Jony Ive, Chancellor of the Royal College of Art, sees Terra Carta Design Lab as a visionary and imaginative way to help tackle the world’s increasingly pressing environmental problems. “Often times, the biggest challenges demand the most ingenious and creative thinking, so I am excited about the work that RCA students will be able to contribute through this collaboration,” the designer said in a statement. “I know that your creativity and inventiveness will develop truly powerful solutions. I am delighted to be able to support this work as a supporter of Terra Carta and in my role as Chancellor of the Royal College of Art ”.

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