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The second annual I AM Green Building Awareness Challenge culminated in a well attended prizegiving ceremony at the Hilton Trinidad Ballroom during TTCSI's National Services Week 2014.

By TTGBC,
Nov 26, 2014

The number of submissions received this year was almost double that received in last year's inaugural I AM competition, a testament to the growing momentum, awareness and enthusiasm amongst the secondary school students for effecting cultural change, environmental and social responsibility.

This year's winners are listed below, with links for viewing their respective presentations.

1st Place - Debe High School. Click here for Presentation.

2nd Place - Swaha Hindu College. Click here for Presentation.

3rd Place - Tabaquite Secondary School. Click here for Presentation.

 

 

Acknowledgements

TTGBC is grateful for the contributions of the organisations listed below for partnering with us to ensure the success of this competition.

Trinidad & Tobago Coalition of Services Industries (TTCSI)

The Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources

The Embassy of the United States, Port of Spain

The Energy Chamber of Trinidad & Tobago

The Trinidad & Tobago Institute of Architects (TTIA)

Association of Professional Engineers of Trinidad & Tobago (APETT)

acla:works - TTGBC Member and Laurel Sponsor for the event

 

Prizegiving Ceremony

The grand ballroom at the Hilton Trinidad was packed to capacity with students from the participating schools on November 5, 2014, during TTCSI's National Services Week. Winning schools were invited on stage to present live to the audience their competition submissions. The feature address was given by Minister in the Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources, the Honourable Ramona Ramdial, who has been an avid supporter of TTGBC and its initiatives for several years.

Click here for the full text of Minister Ramdial's feature address at the awards ceremony.

 

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