Clemencia de Caycedo
Many people and many cars have made Bogota a chaotic and polluted city. Most working families live in the south of the city and traffic affects the quality of family time. We believe it is necessary to generate clean solutions that improve mobility.
Instituto Tepeyac Campus Guadalajara
We, the high school students of Instituto Tepeyac, created “Rolling Together” to search for a way to reduce the carbon footprint of our community, using a carpool reward system that involved the participation of students, teachers, and parents.
Tehran International School
Throughout this project, our general goal has been to suggest a model that can be used by a variety of people including those with disabilities or impairments while striving to be different from others.
BAL BHARATI PUBLIC SCHOOL
Traffic congestion around schools is a common problem when there are several other schools in the vicinity. The cause is not just one. Schools adopt different strategies, like mapping of roads and initiatives to handle the problem of road congestion.
In our project we exposed the zebra crossing problem in our city. There are four zebra crossings that are really dangerous; one of them is in front of our high school and most of the students cross that zebra crossing. So we came up with solutions.
G12 students took back the street next to the school. They planned 3 actions: constructing a sidewalk to make the street safer; organizing an annual Green street festival in collaboration with the municipality; and guaranteeing its sustainability.