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A Poem About Overfishing – The Future of Our Fish
High School Winners
Overfishing: a fishy business and how to combat it
Lycée Français Théodore Monod
Tiny Shrimp are a Big Problem: Solution for Mangrove Destruction
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Middle School Finalists
“Overfishing and Population Growth” by Harmony Chamberlain
Hyde Park Middle School, Las Vegas, NV
“A Sustainable Future with Jellyfish” by Neve Nash
Walden Middle School, Kansas City, MO
“Aquatic Plastic Pollution” by Maggie Stone
Samuel V. Noe Middle School, Louisville, KY
“Ocean Acidification” by Olivia Zirbel
Twin Oaks Middle School, Prior Lake, MN
“Keeping Our Oceans Healthy “by Lyric Hutchins
Shorewood Intermediate School, Shorewood, WI
“Fixing the Great Pacific Garbage Patch” by Lily Mulhall and Natalie Corcoran
Truman Middle School, St. Louis, MO
High School Finalists
“Youths Uniting for Mangroves” by Miyuka Kawamura
British International School, Phuket, Thailand
“Resurrecting the Dead Zones” by Srishti Pradhan
Arnold O. Beckman High School, Irvine, CA
“In Hot Waters” by Wesley Jeng
Piedmont High School, Piedmont, CA
“Algae Blooms: A Flowering Danger” by Emmy Yang
Eastside Preparatory School, Kirkland, WA
“Save the Coral Reefs” Kyo Lee
Sir John A. Macdonald Secondary School, Waterloo, Canada
“Cancel Coral Bleaching” by Eva Swei, Quinn Reilly, and Ginger Gardner
Piedmont High School, Piedmont CA
“End of the Line” by Cherrie Yee and Natalie Yee
Centennial High School, Corona, CA
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