Children's Climate Prize is an international prize annually awarded to children age 12-17 who have made extraordinary efforts for the climate and environment.
The award recognizes 30 game-changing leaders under 30 years of age who are using environmental education to build sustainable and equitable communities around the world
The Pollination Project provides small startup grants to individual change makers and projects across the world that create social impact and sustainability. Received $1000 seed funding.
Recognized for work on documenting plant-insect feeding relationships and spreading awareness onthe ecological importance on native plants in restoring urban ecosystems
Awarded a $5,000 scholarship for a 4-part professional course “Life in the Soil” on soil biology and restoration conducted by Dr. Elaine Ingham
Featured in the book Stone Soup for a Sustainable World: Life Changing Stories of Young Heroes. My story featured in their book of 100 youthheroes from around the world
Recognized by largestglobal gathering of women leaders for work on restoring urban biodiversity
On the occasion of Earth Day Netowrk's 50th anniversary, 50 Years, 50 Youth, 50 Voices with 1 Message: #ClimateAction