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The winners of the student contest â€˜Co-creating Sustainable Solutions for the Futureâ€™ are found.â€¨ The students were celebrated in New Delhi, India, with an award ceremony during the World Sustainable Development Summit
Chairman of the UN climate panel, and â€¨â€¨Secretary-General of TERI, Dr R. K. Pachauri and the Danish Ambassador to India, Freddy Svane, handed over the awards to the winners of the student contest â€˜Co-creating Sustainable Solutions for the Futureâ€™ on 1 February 2013.
â€¢ BUSINESS AWARD WINNER:
Mr Priyam Johry, Institute of Technology, Kanpur
â€¢ TECHNOLOGY AWARD WINNER:
Ms Nambu Priya Dharsini, Pandian Saraswathi Yadav Engineering College
â€¢ URBAN DEVELOPMENT AWARD WINNER:
Ms Priyanka Raju, â€¨Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
â€¢ DESIGN/CULTURE AWARD WINNER:
Ms Anne Camilla A. Auestad, â€¨Aarhus School of Architecture
Read more about the projects: on www.cocreatenow.org/competition
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