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The Best Ideas in the Best Hands

Updated: Aug 30, 2023

With recent extreme heat, droughts and floods worldwide, many scientists and politicians warn that how we manage access to clean water may soon become a matter of war or peace, death or life. (

Fear, blame and ignorance are not going to solve the problem. Instead, we ask our future leaders and global citizens to assess the situation across borders in many of our BWB Clubs countries, learn from each other's perspectives and experiences, and finally, brainstorm campaigns to raise awareness of the global water crisis while raising funds for under-served communities supported by our Forum partner H2OForLife. (Click here to see all the project ideas, proposals and presentations.)

On August 26th, we celebrated the best ideas generated by the best teams, as well as the most inspiring students who we believe will elevate us all in the years to come. Click here for the recording of the AquaAlliance Online Forum.

The Best Team (judged by the panelists) and

The People's Choice Winner (voted by you):

Team Pamumisu - representing Morocco. Click here for their winning idea.

  • Lemi Szentivanyi, Goetheschule-Essen, Turkey/Germany

  • Soohyeon (Ellie) Kim, Queen's College, Seoul, South Korea

  • A Hansika Reddy, Indus International School, India

  • Kanako Watanabe, Shonan Shirayuri-gakuen High School, Japan

  • Consulted by Nour Hatimi, BWB, GWA, Morocco

Top Five (based on points earned):

  • The Best Representative (voted by all forum participants): Lemi Szentivanyi, Goetheschule-Essen. Click here for his campaign video.

  • Navya Tuli -Strawberry Fields High School, Chandigarh, India

  • Ananya Mahesh - Chirec International School, India

  • Soohyeon (Ellie) Kim - Queen's College Seoul, South Korea

  • A Hansika Reddy - Indus International School, India

Pioneers Invited to Lead BWB Clubs (evaluated by team coaches):

  • Pioneer Award Winner: Ananya Mahesh, Chirec International School, India *scholarship

  • Jia Dhawan - Strawberry Fields High School, Chandigarh India

  • Nehir Atasever - Vali Muammer Güler Sosyal Bilimler Lisesi, Turkey

  • Alexa Campos - The Walker SchoolUSA/Argentina/Colombia

  • Harismita Karunakaran - DRS International School - India

  • Zoe Lightowler - Green Bay High School - New Zealand

  • Nisa Yılmaz - Vali Muammer Güler Social Sciences School - Turkey

  • Soohyeon (Ellie) Kim - Queen's College Seoul, South Korea

  • Kanako Watanabe - Shonan Shirayuri-gakuen high school, Japan

  • Đỗ Minh Quân - Hanoi-Amsterdam High School for the Gifted, Vietnam

  • Sara Román - Colegio Los Sauces Torrelodones, Spain

  • Su Jing Win (Alice) - Tsai Hsing Private School, Taiwan

Please join us in congratulating all these amazing students! We cannot wait to see where they will take the world. Calling all changemakers to join us in the next Forum: Green Jobs in the Green Economy (The application is now open)

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