Winning Projects 2009: Go Green!

  • Winner

    Guardian of Eden

    Humanity has to change its behavior in favor of nature. A rousing game is an ideal way to get a child’s attention. Guardian of Eden is an online game where children learn how important the environment can be, and how the world changes for the better if they take care of it. On the website visitors can build their own Garden of Eden and share it with friends. The garden can be extended by solving environmental issues in the game, collecting items or going through the main storyline. Issues can be discussed with friends through voice chat or a variety of mini games which are also available...
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    Greenlighted

    “As many as 85% of Americans want to buy from socially responsible companies, however only 20% do. This discrepancy persists because consumers do not have the time and energy to research responsible brands. Greenlighted provides access to the world’s most comprehensive and credible data on social and environmental performance of companies. Rankings are amalgamated from over 25 reliable data sources, comprising 20 years of research. Over 1000 companies are ranked in their respective industries, creating a competitive model for social responsibility. Greenlighted considers everything from the...
  • Winner

    Sewer tourism

    “Our environment our life - Take action” is the slogan of this informational and pictorial website that displays the sewer tourism around Nairobi River and follows the vision to eradicate poor sanitation and assist the development of slums. The website displays as a tourist attraction a unique section of the river that by today lost its bio-diversity and is even unknown to many residents. The website explains why the river is sewer contaminated and offers solutions. One solution is the so called toilet project. It created a platform to educate the community on environment sustainability, to...
  • Runner-Up

    Green Bulgaria

  • Runner-Up

    MRP Green Project

  • Runner-Up

    Effects of Climate Change on the Environment