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Middle School Winners

Urban Sprawl: A Challenge

Arnav Bali

Central Middle School
Edgewater, MD

Solving Homelessness Person by Person

Kayla Ling

The Nueva School
Hillsborough, CA

High School Winners

Greener Cities are Stronger Cities

Nagasujan Ganesh Kumar

Enloe High School
Raleigh, NC

Urbanization: Energy Efficient Housing

Sasha Kobrina & Colette Siegel

Ermitage International School of France
Maisons-Laffitte, France

Beat the Heat: Implementing Green Roofs

Sabina Khizroev

Miami Palmetto Senior High School
Pinecrest, FL

A Corridor to Global Health

Carter Sutton

Reedy High School
Frisco, Texas

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Middle School Finalists

“Urban Poverty and Access to Services” by Skylar Mcilvried
Tabb Middle School, Yorktown, VA

“Green Spaces: Going, Going, Gone!” by Hope Conigliaro and Hazel Schmitt
Shorewood Intermediate School, Shorewood, WI

“Stop Sprawl and Start Smart” by Samantha Chai
Hidden Oaks Middle School, Prior Lake, MN

“Access to Toilets and Sanitation” by Shane Meyer
William J. Johnston Middle School, Colchester, CT

“Urban Sprawl” by Anita Bendre, Evie Davauer, Yan Draper, and Sofia Barrett
Shorewood Intermediate School, Shorewood, WI

“The Housing Crisis Rap” by Ella Wang and Samantha Ryan
Eastside Preparatory School, Bellevue, WA

“7.9 Billion People, One World” by Mischka Aoki and Devon Kei Enzo
ACS Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia


High School Finalists

“One Detrimental Leap for Mankind” by Brynn Belecki
Western Canada High School, Calgary, Canada

“Urban Heat Islands” by Kayla Vallecillo
New England Innovation Academy, Marlborough, MA

“Cancer Alley” by Sydnee Buchanan
Episcopal School of Acadiana, Broussard, LA

“Affordable Housing” by Paige Kamemoto and Ani Adell
Campbell High School, Studio City, CA

“The World’s Brawl with Urban Sprawl” by Abigail Park and Ashley Chen
Brea Olinda High School, Brea, CA

“Urbanization in Houston” by Hannah Goodwin, Alejandra Peraza Kerber, Lizette Lara, and Ethan Thompson
Bellaire High School, Bellaire, TX









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