Two Indian American teens selected for the 2021 Children’s Climate Prize

The teenagers are among five other finalists chosen for their innovative approaches to combating the climate crisis

Two Indian American teens selected for the 2021 Children’s Climate Prize
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Two Indian American teenagers among five others are finalists for the 2021 Children's Climate Prize for their innovative approaches to combating the climate crisis. They are Reshma Kosaraju, 15, of Saratoga, California and Yash Narayan, 17, of San Carlos, California. Anjali Sharma, 17, of Melbourne, Australia, was another Indian finalist.

Kosaraju was chosen for her project titled, ‘AI (artificial intelligence) against forest fires -- where technology predicts and limits the damage of forest fires.” The jury noted that this was an example of an extraordinary and creative solution based on a systemized approach.