A youth organization promoting

Run by a diverse group of students and volunteers from all over the world currently located in Aalborg, Denmark. Our focus is on finding and promoting practical solutions to achieving the UN SDGs by 2030

What We Do


Youth about the SDGs & the importance of sustainable living


Youth to get involved in international affairs and civil society


We aim to inspire individual change and growth in youth

Our Events

Aalborg Plogs – Spring Edition

Aalborg was once known as the cleanest city in Europe, things have changed since then, and now our city is having increasing amounts of garbage lying around, but we're here to make a difference with your help! 🌍🌿

Sun 07. Apr 2019 1PM - 4PM

Who Cares? | Brave Girl Rising

Around the world, more than 68 million people are displaced and coping with the challenges of leaving home, out of which 17 million are girls. Girls who are displaced are more susceptible to child marriage, trafficking and gender violence.

Thu 02. May 2019 5:30PM - 7:00PM


Sustainability: an interactive workshop w/ Erik Kristiansen

Erik, an award-winning innovator, will bring insights and guide participants of the workshop through problems identified in the SDGs.

Wed 06. Mar 2019 5:30PM - 9:00PM


Youth for Change | Sustainable Development Goals

How can we, the 1.8 billion young people around the 🌍 solve the world’s largest problems? join us to find out and learn more about the importance of the 17 SDGs!

Wed 20. Feb 2019 5:30PM - 7PM


Who Cares? | BLUE: Mass Extinctions Explained

Half of all marine life has been lost in the last 40 years, and by 2050 there will be more plastic in the sea than fish. That’s why there has never been a more timely film than this.

Tue 12. Feb 2019 5:30PM - 8PM


Hygge What? | An International's Guide to all things Danish

Are you new to North Denmark? Do you have a lot of questions about life in this region? Then join us and get an unfiltered guide to a successful stay in Aalborg! πŸ‡©πŸ‡°

Thu 07. Feb 2019 5:30PM - 7PM


Sustainable Christmas

By shopping local, crafting your own gifts, upcycling, and reducing waste, you can not only make the Christmas season more sustainable but also save money and have a positive impact on our community πŸŒπŸŽ„

Thu 13. Dec 2018 5PM - 8PM


Building Utopia: What global issues would you prioritize?

An experience designed to help you understand the current pressing issues our world faces, and to give you the tools to become part of the solution.

Mon 19. Nov 2018 5PM - 6:30PM


Aalborg Plogs – Autumn Edition

Aalborg was once known as the cleanest city in Europe, things have changed since then, and now our city is having increasing amounts of garbage lying around, but we're here to make a difference with your help! 🌍🌿

Sun 11. Nov 2018 1PM - 4PM


Who Cares? | Why Women Are Paid Less, Explained

Why are women paid so much less than men? And what can we do to close the gap? Vox tackled these questions on the 18th episode of the Netflix show, Explained.

Tue 06. Nov 2018 5:30PM - 7:00PM


Who Cares? | The World's Water Crisis Explained

The global water crisis is at an inflection point. How do we price our most valuable resource, while also ensuring access to it as a human right?

Tue 16. Oct 2018 5:30PM - 7:00PM

Join the organization


First step

Thank you for showing interest in joining Project 2030.

Project 2030, founded in 2018, aims to equip youth in the region with 21st-century skills and behaviors to improve society. We offer the opportunity to work in a challenging environment, in fields such as Event Planning, Finance, Social Media Marketing and Education on a local level. Furthermore, it's a great way to network with like-minded young people who are as passionate about global issues as you are.

We currently have more than 20 volunteer members and we hope to see you as part of this organization soon! Fill in the application form here.

Deadline: Wed 18. Sep 2019

Join Now

Taking part in Project 2030

You miss 100% of the shots you don't take.

Here you will get to know a little more about our organization, followed by the Team Orientation, debriefing, and lastly a Q&A for anyone in need of any further clarifications.

Our team-based experiences will provide you with personal and professional skills in an environment that empowers you to grow. As a Project 2030 member, your actions have a direct impact on the people around you. From impacting your teammates to driving change in your community, the opportunities to make a change are endless and entirely up to you. Therefore we would like to see how you work in a team setting.

Sat 21. Sep 2019 - Sat 21. Sep 2019


Your motivation to join

To speak and to speak well are two things.

In case of passing the Group Assessment you will be invited to a personal interview.

Examples of the questions you are likely to face:

  • Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
  • How will you motivate your team?
  • Why do you want to become a member?
  • What are your strengths and weaknesses?
  • How do you cope with stress?

Sun 22. Sep 2019 - Fri 27. Sep 2019

Solving the problems that face our world

Success doesn't come to you, you go to it.

From the day you join you will be expected to communicate in a variety of environments. This will enable you to work within teams to develop your skills through facilitating events.

It's time to get to know the people involved in your branch, discover the functional area you are going to work in and the amazing members of your team. Make sure to book the whole day for Project 2030. We are very much looking forward to seeing you!

Sat 28. Sep 2019


Frequently Asked Questions

Can I volunteer to help?

Since we are a youth association, our volunteers are students between the ages of 18 and 30. Anyone can become part of the Project 2030 Initiative. You have to be internationally-minded, motivated to help us educate, empower and inspire youth, and have some spare hours every month to attend our meeting and possibly events. Nevertheless, to make sure that our team is as well put together and as driven as possible, you do need to go through a short screening process to become part of our team.

What are the SDGs?

SDGs stands for Sustainable Development Goals. They are 17 global goals that are set by the United Nations Development Programme.
You can read more about them here

I missed the deadline, can I still become a volunteer?

No problem! We do ongoing recruitment as well. Just fill in the application form as you would have if it was during the recruitment period and we will get back to you at the earliest convenience. The form is found under our 'join the organization' tab.

Rantzausgade 4, 9000 Aalborg, DK