Come and support eneloop expedition Team Yellow in the City Stop challenges below. Why? Because you too have a green soul and (green) energy to spare. We will not let you return home empty-handed: every participant is rewarded with some fun eneloop gadgets.
Meet you there?

PS: Keep track of Team Yellow’s adventures on Facebook!


Centrum Natuurpunt
Putvennestraat 112
Hasselt, Belgium


8 July 2017


14:00 – 18:00

Charge up the world

The city challenges are all about generating green energy. We developed 4 eneloop Power Generators especially for the energy challenges. Large or small, every muscle can help us generate more energy. Come and help us charge up the world!

  1. Pedal Power
    Forget about traditional cycling, hand pedalling is the future. Show us what you(r biceps) are made of!
  2. Flash Dance
    Throw your best moves on the dancefloor and let your energy jive to the beat!
  3. Pump it!
    Are you good with a bicycle pump? Excellent. Then let that lightbulb glow like a blacksmith’s forge!
  4. Taiko Master
    Let your inner rock star go wild on the Taiko Drum Masters. Ready to rumble?

The eneloop lightbulb will light up when a challenge has been accomplished, so get buzzin’!

Our partner

With over 100.000 members and 6.000 volunteers, Natuurpunt is the largest Belgian nature conservation organization. The long term protection of important habitats, species and landscapes is the main goal. To achieve this, we buy and manage nature reserves, study species and habitats, raise awareness and run educational programs for a general and specific public and lobby local and regional governments.

For the achievement of reserves two important guidelines are followed. The slogan of Natuurpunt -Nature for everybody – is put into practice by starting up small educational nature reserves in a large number of villages. Furthermore Natuurpunt is managing sites with a high biodiversity or special importance, in particular Natura 2000 sites designated for the EU Bird- and Habitat Directive. Natuurpunt is managing parts of 20 of the 23 SPAs in Flanders. In addition, a large proportion of the area managed by Natuurpunt is assigned as Site of Community Interest (SCI) under the EU-Habitat Directive.

Buying land is in the long term the best method to maintain the natural values in the intensively used Flemish landscape. Land prices are very high and thus acquiring land is only possible thanks to the generous support of the Flemish government. For an area designated as Special Protection Area up to 90% of the necessary budget is subsidised.