Stockholm Junior Water Prize brings together the world’s brightest young minds in a competition that fosters innovative solutions to water & sustainability Each year, thousands of participants in over 30 countries all around the globe join national competitions in hopes of earning the chance to represent their nation at the international final held during the World Water Week in Stockholm.
The national and international competitions are open to young people between the ages of 15 and 20 who have conducted water-related projects of proven environmental, scientific, social or technological significance. The projects range from local or regional to national or global topics.
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Don´t miss Krtins words about his SJWP experience in August! #sjwp # watertank #waterfront #siwi
2018 NSW Young Australian of the Year! Congratulations SJWP alumni 2017 MacKinley to this great achievement! #sjwp #watertank Kanika Thakar
http://time.com/5003930/most-influential-teens-2017/ Congratulations UK SJWP alumni Krtin to make it into Time Magazines list of most influential teens 2017! #sjwp #watertank Rowena Barber
https://watertank.se/posts/award-winning-invention-could-change-drinking-water-treatment #Watertank #sjwp #siwi
Article in La Nacion, one of the top news sites in Argentina. The first time Professor Laura Hernandez dictated her chemistry class at the Las Toscas Agricultural School in Lincoln's party, she never imagined that three years later two of her 6th grade students would be awarded a travel to Sweden to compete for the "Nobel Prize of Water" on behalf of Argentina. Foto: LA NACION / Gentileza Laura Hernández http://www.lanacion.com.ar/2052019-jovenes-una-escuela-agraria-compite-por-el-nobel-del-agua
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Dhaka Tribune on our three Diploma of Excellence winners! #wwweek #sjwp #watertank #siwi #sjwp_water
And here is the video from the SJWP ceremony!
The King of Sweden addressing the importance of SJWP!