#YEA19: And the winners are....
Overall Super Junior Winner: Evan, Alex and Dylan's Tralee Canal Clean Up 'Evan, Alex and Dylan's Tralee Canal Clean Up'
Overall Junior Winner: Colaiste Muire Secondary School 'Biodiversity – Being Part of the Solution Not Part of the Problem'
Overall Senior Winner: Ashbourne Community School 'Be the Change'
Biodiversity Junior: Colaiste Muire Secondary School 'Biodiversity – Being Part of the Solution Not Part of the Problem'
Biodiversity Senior: Down High School 'Be Fair to Bees'
Climate Change Junior: Mary Immaculate Secondary School 'Communicating Climate Change'
Climate Change Senior: FCJ Secondary School 'Reducing Plastic Feels Fantastic'
ECO-Art & Design Junior: St. Tiernan's Community School 'Polar Bear Aware!'
ECO-Art & Design Senior: Ashbourne Community School 'Be the Change'
ECO-Community Development Junior: Clones Youth Club 'Community Youth Garden'
ECO-Community Development Senior: Castleisland Community College 'Fairtraders'
ECO-Health & Well-being Senior: St. John Bosco Community College ‘Sowing for the Soul - Our School Wellbeing Garden'
ECO-Innovation Senior: Millstreet Community School 'Herbal Leys, an Alternative to Artificial Fertilizers'
Energy Senior: South Area Youth Service 'SAYS Solar Heater'
Further Growth: Newpark Comprehensive 'Plastic Outta the Park'
Marine Matters: Patrician Academy 'Prevent Plastic Pollution of Our Seas'
Local to Global SDG: ECO-UNESCO's Youth for Sustainable Development Programme 'Bray Bikes'
People's Choice: Loreto Secondary School, Clonmel 'Ban the Bottle'
Waste Junior: Dundalk Grammar School 'DGS Environmentalists'
Waste Senior: Ursuline Secondary School 'Plastic People'
Water Junior: Mercy College Woodford 'Irish Aquatic Life and River Pollution'
Water Senior: ECO-UNESCO's Youth for Sustainable Development Programme 'Battle for the Boyne'