2011 Winners

ECO-UNESCO Young Environmentalist Awards 2011
Complete list of winners

OVERALL WINNERS

Overall Senior
PROJECT: Carrecting our School
FROM: St Josephs Secondary School, Stanhope street, Dublin 7

Overall Junior
PROJECT: All Washed Up
FROM: Colaiste Muire, Ennis, Co. Clare

SPECIAL AWARDS

COMHAR Sustainable Development Council, Sustainability Award (Joint Winners)
PROJECT: Caring for our Environment
FROM: Lanesboro Community College, Lanesboro, Co. Londford.

PROJECT: Community Tree
FROM: Clara Youthreach, Clara, Co. Offaly

TOYOTA Club of the Year Award
PROJECT: Bee Bio
FROM: ECO-UNESCO Bee Bio Club, Dublin 2

GROW Award
PROJECT: Polaware
FROM: ECO-UNESCO Polaware Club, Dublin 2

People’s Choice
PROJECT: The Lough
FROM: Glasheen BNS, Cork city

IEN Biodiversity Award
PROJECT: Eagles are Fly!
FROM: Presentation Secondary School, Tralee, Co. Kerry.

ECO-Leader of the Year Award
Ms Jennifer McClelland
FROM: Banbridge High school, Banbridge, Co. Down

ECO Sustainability Award
Larch Hill International Scout & Guide Centre

The Cavan Centre

CATEGORY AWARDS

Junior Waste
PROJECT: All Washed Up
FROM: Colaiste Muire, Ennis, Co. Clare

Senior Waste
PROJECT: Make TY Paperless
FROM: St. Mary’s Academy CBS, Carlow

Junior Biodiversity
PROJECT: Bird Bird Bird…. bird is the word.
FROM: St. Colm’s High School, Draperstown, Co. Derry

Senior Biodiversity
PROJECT: Carrecting our School
FROM: St Josephs Secondary School, Stanhope street, Dublin 7

Junior Climate Change
PROJECT: Climate Coolers
FROM: Convent of Mercy Secondary School, Roscommon.

Senior Climate Change
PROJECT: Carbon Footprint App.
FROM: Loreto College, Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2.

Junior Energy
PROJECT: Not Packed. Better n’ Fact
FROM: The Incred-ecos, Convent of Mercy Secondary School, Roscommon.

Senior Energy
PROJECT: Stop Energy Crime with our Corrib Turbine.
FROM: Salerno Secondary School, Galway.

Junior Eco Art and Design
PROJECT: Team RRR
FROM: St. Joseph’s College, Lucan, Co. Dublin

Senior Eco Art and Design
PROJECT: Human Impact on our Water System
FROM: Our Lady’s Secondary School, Castleblaney, Co. Monaghan.

Junior Water
PROJECT: Be Wise with Water
FROM: Blakestown Community School, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15

Senior Water
PROJECT: Doing it for the Ducks
FROM: Mercy Mounthawk Secondary School, Tralee, Co. Kerry

Junior Eco-Business
No Winner

Senior Eco-Business
No Winner

Junior Eco Community Development
PROJECT: Working Together to make our Community Better
FROM: ASESP Teen Peer Group, Lower Sherriff street, Dublin 1

Senior Eco Community Development (Joint Winners)
PROJECT: The Green-up and Clean-up Club
FROM: Ennistymon Vocational School, Co. Clare

PROJECT: Is Carlow the cleanest town in Ireland?
FROM: Carlow Youthreach, Carlow.

Junior Transport
PROJECT: Carbon Crushers
FROM: De La Salle College, Dundalk, Co. Louth.

Senior Transport
PROJECT: Improving Bicycle Use in Monaghan
FROM: St. Louis Secondary School,  Monaghan Town.

Super Junior
PROJECT: A School Connected to its Community
FROM: Killylea Primary School, Killylea Road, Armagh.

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Highly Commended Awards
Presentation Secondary School – Green Army

CABLE Project – Sustainable Energy

Rosary College – Rosary Recycling Rascals

St. Catherine’s College – Back to Basics

North Coast Integrated College – The North Coast ECO Intergenerational Project

Our Lady and St. Patrick’s College – Reduce, Reuse & Recycle – Jam Making Project

Royal Belfast Academical Institution – Raising Awareness of Waste and Recycling Issues

Banbridge High School – Will there be another Year of the Tiger?

CBS Charleville – Charleville Green Mile Joins Forces with Dirty Old Towns

Clara Youthreach – Community Tree

St. Conleth’s College – Climate Change Education

Youthreach Letterfrack – Community Garden

St. Patrick’s Academy – L6 Conservation Group

Blackwater Community School – Conservation sans Frontiers

St. Mary’s Secondary School – Team ECO Unite

S.W.I.C.N. Computer Clubhouse – Dublin 8 is Great!

Mercy Mounthawk Secondary School – School Garden and School Wildlife Action Group (SWAG)

Skerries Community College – The Intergenerational Project

St. Finian’s College – Clean and Green

Rockbrook Park School – Nature Trail

The Teresian School – To Increase Recycling and Awareness in the School

Dominican College – Biodiversity Garden

St. Mary’s Secondary School – The Bin Patrollers

Blakestown Community School – McBrides Water Wise Investigation

Dominican College – Splash Day

Eureka Secondary School – That’s a wRAP

Christ King Girls Secondary School – From recycled fashion to fashion recycled

St Eunan’s National School – Transportation Situation

St. Josephs College, Roscommon- To investigate the importance of bees in the environment

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Anne Smith  |  June 8, 2011 at 5:54 PM

    Hi Sandy

    Thank you for email today, and also for the phone call just before the award ceremony in Dublin.
    Congratulations on a very successful Awards ceremony.

    Can I check with you, please, if Strabane Controlled P.S. is still in line for a ‘Highly Commended Award’ ?

    I see above that our project ‘Sow Far, Sow Good’ appears beside St. Eunan’s N.S. Raphoe.

    We hope we can still qualify for a certificate… The children and I were so disappointed that we were not permitted to go to Dublin ( Senior Management decision at school.)

    Hope to hear from you soon

    Anne

    Strabane C.P.S.

    Reply

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