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World Environment Day 2012


Dr. Mae C. Jemison leads the 'Green Living, Green Working' youth workshop during World Environment Day 2012
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Dr. Mae C. Jemison works with students to develop potential solutions for environmental issues and concerns
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Bayer's Internal Communications Manager Lauren Trocano speaks in front of artwork from the International Children's Painting Competition exhibition at World Environment Day 2012
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Dr. Mae C. Jemison looks at the International Children's Painting Competition artwork with eight year-old Luka Boadle one of Washington D.C.'s Best winners at the ICPC exhibition
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2012 International Children's Painting Competition


First Place Winner
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Second Place Winner
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Third Place Winner
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2011 International Children's Painting Competition


North American First Place Winner
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North American Second Place Winner
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North American Honorable Mention Winner
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World Environment Day 2011


Dr. Mae C. Jemison leads a workshop focused on the importance of forests on World Environment Day 2011.
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Dr. Mae C. Jemison works with students to develop a plan to 'keep the animals and plants safe for the next twenty (20) lifetimes of a maple tree.'
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2010 International Children's Painting Competition


First Prize Winner
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Second Prize Winner
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Bayer International Summer Sustainability Camp 2010


Bayer Fellows pose with the Eco-Commercial Building sign near the building on Bayer's Campus in Pittsburgh, Pa.
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Nilo Andrade of Emeryville, Calif., asks a question about Bayer's Eco-Commerical Building during the tour.
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From left to right: Students Maximilian Hohn of Bergkamen, Germany, James Chen of Holmdel, NJ and Kai Meinerz of Solingen, Germany learn about the materials used in the construction of the Eco-Commerical Building from a Bayer representative.
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Lisa Schumacher of Essen, Germany observes the wall garden on the exterior of the Eco-Commercial Building.
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Bayer Fellows stop by a stream in Frick Park to learn about urban watersheds from a volunteer with the Nine Mile Run Watershed Association.
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Students lean over a railing in the park to observe sewage overflow, learning about a problem the City of Pittsburgh and the Nine Mile Run Watershed suffer from frequently.
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Nicole Schaferhoff of Bergkamen, Germany and Megan Smith of Lenexa, Kan., participate in a "stream sweep," picking up garbage and litter from the bed of Nine Mile Run in Frick Park.
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Shannon Doyle of Berlin, Germany collects a mud sample from the Monongahela River while on the RiverQuest Explorer. Students investigated the samples under microscopes, looking for macroinvertebrates like dragonfly larvae and mayfly larvae.
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Maximilian Hohn of Bergkamen, Germany, tests the pH of the Ohio River water while on the RiverQuest Explorer.
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Nilo Andrade of Emeryville, Calif identifies types of plankton using microscopes on the RiverQuest Explorer.
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Bayer Fellows in front of the RiverQuest Explorer after their day on the water.
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Kickoff Press Conferene


Greg Babe, president and CEO of Bayer Corporation, unveils Pittsburgh as the 2010 North American host city for The United Nations World Environment Day during a news conference Thursday, Oct. 15, 2009, at the Children's Museum in Pittsburgh.
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Greg Babe, president and CEO, Bayer Corporation, responds to a question during the Q&A portion of the World Environment Day announcement Thursday, Oct. 15, 2009, at the Children's Museum in Pittsburgh.
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Participating in the World Environment Day announcement Thursday, Oct. 15, 2009, at Pittsburgh's Children's Museum were (standing) Rebecca Lucore, executive director of the Bayer USA Foundation; and (seated, from left) Luke Ravenstahl, Mayor of Pittsburgh; Dan Onorato, Chief Executive, Allegheny County; Elisabeth Guilbaud-Cox, Deputy Director, UNEP North America; and Greg Babe, president and CEO, Bayer Corporation.
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Participants in the World Environment Day announcement Thursday, Oct. 15, 2009, at Pittsburgh's Children's Museum included (from left) Greg Babe, president and CEO, Bayer Corporation; Elisabeth Guilbaud-Cox, Deputy Director, UNEP North America; Dan Onorato, Chief Executive, Allegheny County; and Luke Ravenstahl, Mayor of Pittsburgh.
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