NXplorers is an innovative educational programme that introduces young people to the complex and creative thinking needed to bring about positive change.
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NXplorers students around the world are finding innovative ways to solve the major global challenges of our time.
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NXplorers students are supported by a strong community of educators running NXthinking sessions around the globe.
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A new way of thinking

Focused on the Food - Water - Energy Nexus, the programme aims to build awareness, develop knowledge and provide thinking tools and complex problem solving skills to the leaders of the future.

Watch this video to hear why Harry Brekelmans, Projects & Technology Director at Shell, has created the NXplorers programme.

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Toolkit

The NXplorers programme provides twelve practical tools that help young people to apply NXthinking to issues that matter to them. The tools help them to explore the issues, create preferred future scenarios and bring about positive change.

There is a toolkit for programme facilitators too, providing the resources you need to facilitate the programme effectively.

Watch this video to learn more about the NXplorers programme design.

NXplorers in Action

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The Nexus: Food, Water and Energy

With an ever-growing global population, the challenge of ensuring food, water and energy security for all is greater than ever. The processes that help produce and deliver high-quality food, cleaner energy and safe and accessible water, are all interconnected.

By using an integrated approach to thinking, the NXplorers programme develops a strong understanding of these interdependencies and helps young people to recognise how changes made to one system can impact on one or both of the other systems.