Junior Visions Prize
Our Future. Our Ideas.
From tree-planting robots to mind-reading helmets, children’s imaginations are limitless! But where do they get their inspiration? In a word: curiosity! So to find new and surprising solutions to global challenges we asked our colleagues’ children to think of ideas for a more sustainable future. The response was amazing, with over 220 submissions! Today, we proudly present the 10 most innovative ideas – together with commentary from Nature Plants Chief Editor, Chris Surridge…
"Children’s minds take paths us adults would never think of. Following these creative journeys, to see where they might take us, is both exciting and inspiring!”
Meet the Winners!
Our first three winners collected the most votes from curious voters from across the globe for their amazing ideas. Congratulations!
We can’t wait to congratulate you virtually at the Curious – Future Insight™ Conference.
Meet the Runners-Up!
Congratulations and a huge Thank You to our top 10 – whose innovative ideas also impressed many of our online voters. Check out their fantastic ideas here…
Albert L. Y.(7), Chengdu | China
Amasha K. (10), Round Rock | USA
Emilie C. (14), Wilmington | USA
Jimena L. C. (10), Darmstadt | Germany
Nylah R. (11), Saint Louis | USA
Ryusei K. (8), Tokyo | Japan
Shusei K. (12), Tokyo | Japan
A huge Thank You to all the curious young minds who shared their wonderful ideas with us. With your curiosity and creativity, we can all look forward to an innovative and more sustainable future!
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