We are at a turning point when it comes to our history and the state of the Earth. Climate change is real, it is happening right know and we know what we need to do about it. Only future generations will know whether or not we succeeded.
Young people around the world dare to think differently and see opportunities where others see difficulties. Their young minds and groundbreaking solutions can be the spark that ignites the fire that challenges and inspires us all. They allow us to re-evaluate the way we look at our planet.
Children’s Climate Prize supports their actions to bring sustainable solutions for the environment and the climate. We celebrate and shed light on young innovators, entrepreneurs, changemakers and conservators in order to spread hope and inspire others.
Reshma represents the best of youth entrepreneurship: brave, innovative and solution-oriented. Her model uses AI and technology in an innovative and savvy way in order to accurately predict the risk of forest fires while also accounting for the independent variables of climate, weather and human behavior. A clear and scalable business concept, with a global approach to accessibility. This is an example of an extraordinary and creative solution based on a systemized approach!
Nominations for 2022 are now open!
Help us celebrate and shed light on young people around the world and their sustainable solutions for the environment and the climate.
Their work can be the spark that ignites the fire that challenges and inspires us all.
“No one is in charge of your future but you. Believe in yourself and stay conscious, so that we can have a good environment for the current and future generations.”
- Vinisha Umashankar
Founder of The Solar ironing Cart,
Winner of Children’s Climate Prize 2020
In November each year the Children’s Climate Prize award ceremony is held in the prestigious Stockholm City Hall in Sweden. Besides celebrating the winners and finalists, the evening offers inspiring encounters, unique performances and world-class entertainment.
12 and 15 years
New Delhi, India
Tiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu, India