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WSI Bank of the West Move on Climate Challenge - 2021, SDG 13WSI

Congratulations to Winners and Finalists in the 2021 Challenge Season!

Here are the top competitors in the 2021-22 academic year NFTE World Series of Innovation.

Bank of the West Move on Climate Challenge - 2021

The Challenge: Design a solution to help businesses move the needle on climate while also supporting economic growth.

Winners

  • First Place: eCircular, a digital application and e-waste ecosystem that incentivizes consumers to recycle their used electronics. Developed by 18-year-old Robin Ye in Singapore. See their video here.
  • Second Place: Rainbow Paper, a paper solution created from rice straws to solve air pollution caused by rice straw burning in Vietnam. Developed by 15-year-old Huy Phon Vu and 15-year-old Hoang Hung Vo, students at British Vietnamese International School in Hanoi, Vietnam and Vinschool Times City in Hanoi, Vietnam respectively. See their video here.
  • Third Place: TradiFoodMarket, an app that aims to make food markets in Taiwan more efficient by allowing vendors to connect directly with consumers. Developed by 16-year-old Cai-Xuan Lin, 16-year-old Yusin Hsiao, and 16-year-old Cheng-Yang Ho, students at Kang Chiao International School in New Taipei City, Taiwan. See their video here.

Finalists

  • Kinetic Tiles, a long-lasting flooring solution that harnesses kinetic energy in floor tiles to maximize energy efficiency. Developed by a team from Abraham Lincoln High School in San Francisco, California. See their video here.
  • Taste Don’t Waste, a consulting business that analyzes food wastes in businesses to minimize food waste and partner with local food banks. Developed by a team from The Chapin School in New York, NY. See their video here.
  • Savado360, converts avocado seed food waste into eco-friendly beauty products. Developed by a team from The AWTY International School in Houston, Texas and Esperanza High School in Anaheim, California. See their video here.
  • Collectask, a system of recyclable boxes with the aim of incentivizing South Korean citizens to recycle their masks more often. Developed by a team from Seoul International School in Seoul, South Korea. See their video here.
  • Hydroilet, an eco-friendly toilet solution that captures energy created from flushing through a turbine to provide efficient electricity. Developed by a team from Peak-to-Peak Charter School in Lafayette, Colorado. See their video here.
  • Compost2U, a composting business that focuses on making composting accessible to the local community in San Jose, California by educating community leaders and distributing compost bins Developed by a team from Independence High School in San Jose, California.

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More Challenges

6 Clean water and sanitationBank of the West Fresh Water Action Challenge

Bank of the West

sdg 6

Promote ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle water.

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8 Decent work and economic growthCiti Foundation Future of Work Challenge

Citi Foundation

sdg 8

Empower young people with the tools for the future of work

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15 Life on landEY Accelerating Environmental Sustainability Challenge

EY

sdg 15

Protect, restore, or promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems.

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11 Sustainable cities and communitiesLink Logistics Green Buildings Challenge

Link Logistics

sdg 11

Helps buildings become more environmentally sustainable or promote the use of green building materials

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14 Life below waterMary Kay Global Oceans Conservation Challenge

Mary Kay

sdg 14

Conserve and/or protect the world's marine ecosystems and coastal communities.

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4 Quality educationMastercard Financial Education Challenge

Mastercard

sdg 4

Promote, educate, or increase access to financial literacy in your community.

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13 Climate actionMaxar Climate Mapping Challenge

Maxar

sdg 13

Use maps and satellite imagery that helps communities understand and adapt to the impact of climate change.

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3 Good health and wellbeingMetLife Foundation Good Health and Well-Being Challenge

MetLife Foundation

sdg 3

Promote equitable access to physical and/or mental wellbeing in your community

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7 Affordable and clean energyServiceNow Carbon Killer Challenge

ServiceNow

sdg 7

Reduce carbon emissions in local communities.

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13 Climate actionZuora Subscription Economy Challenge

Zuora

sdg 13

Advance sustainability through innovation in the Subscription Economy

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