YEA 2017 Winners

Overall Super Junior Award: Kill O the Grange NS with 'ECO-Pirates'

Overall Junior Award: Loreto College Swords, Dublin with 'Let It Bee'

Overall Senior Award: Bailieborough Community School, Cavan with 'The Rowan Project'

Senior Biodiversity Award: Bailieborough Community School, Cavan with 'The Rowan Project'

Junior Biodiversity Award: Loreto College Swords, Dublin with 'Let It Bee'

Senior Climate Change Award (Joint): Castleisland Community College, Kerry with 'Planet' Savers

Senior Climate Change Award (Joint): Ashbourne Community School, Meath with 'Let's Get Nifty with Ireland 2050'

Junior Climate Change Award: Cork Educate Together Secondary School, Cork with 'Sustainable School for the Future - Food Garden and Permaculture Design for CETSS'

Senior ECO-Art & Design Award: Drimnagh Castle Secondary School, Dublin with 'DC Sculptures'

Junior ECO-Art & Design Award: Carlow Vocational School with 'John Tyndall Eco-Warriors'

Senior ECO-Community Development Award: Stoneybatter Youth Service, Dublin with 'Cycling against Racism'

Junior ECO-Community Development Award: Youth Work Ireland Monaghan Clones, Monaghan with 'Be a Trooper, Use Your Scooper'

Senior ECO-Enterprise Award: Newpark Comprehensive School, Dublin with 'Algae-Tecture'

Senior ECO-Health & Wellbeing Award (Joint): Loreto Secondary School Balbriggan, Dublin with The Green Book of Recipes

Senior ECO-Health & Wellbeing Award (Joint): St. Louis Community School, Mayo with 'Making Our School a Healthier Place'

Junior ECO-Health & Wellbeing Award: St. Colm's High School, Derry with 'Exercise in the Great Outdoors'

Senior Energy Award: Carndonagh Community School, Donegal with 'Aqua-Chargers'

Junior Energy Award: Lanesboro Community College, Longford with 'The Winds of Change: Attitudes towards Wind Power in Our Community'

Senior Transport Award: St. Vincent's Secondary School, Louth with 'Park and Stride'

Senior Waste Award: Carrickmacross Youthreach, Monaghan with 'What a Waste'

Junior Waste Award (Joint): Stoneybatter Youth Service, Dublin with 'Binning = Winning'

Junior Waste Award (Joint): Mary Immaculate Secondary School, Clare with 'Plastic Never Goes Away'

Senior Water Award (Joint): Christ King Girls Secondary School, Cork with 'Eliminate the Microbeads'

Senior Water Award (Joint): Mary Immaculate School, Clare with 'Uisce Aille - Mapping the Aille Catchment'

Junior Water Award: Ursuline Convent Thurles, Tipperary with 'Ban the Bead!'

Super Junior Award: Kill O' The Grange National School, Dublin with ECO-Pirates

Local to Global Award: ECO-UNESCO Youth for Sustainable Development Programme, Dublin

with 'A Write to Refuge'

Local to Global Award: St. Laurence's National School, Dublin with Irish Tree Trail

Grow Award: Moate Community School, Westmeath with 'Awakening Our Senses'

People’s Choice Award: Blakestown Community School with 'Recycling Rangers'

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