As part of the unconference, participants were asked to vote for various awards. The following work/people/sessions have received the AScUS 2020 awards:

A Systematic Review of Socially-Inclusive Food Policy in America

Food system activities - such as food production from agriculture and livestock cultivation – arguably have the largest impact on global environmental change. The United States (U.S.) disproportionately contributes to this change through land impact, water use, and greenhouse gas emission. We...

Authors: Joe F. Bozeman III and Thomas L. Theis

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Envisioning urban futures: the untraceable city

If you could build a city from scratch, what would you do? What services would you provide and how would you provide them? The only catch is that your city follows the should be triple 95 rule...

Moderators: Lynette Cheah, Frances Taylor, Sybil Derrible, Matan Mayer, and Paul Hoekman

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Joe Frank Bozeman III

Dr. Joe F. Bozeman III originally hails from Dayton, Ohio. He received his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering (Concentration: Energy and Environmental Sustainability) from the University of Illinois at Chicago in the Spring of 2020. He has Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and Master of Science in Engineering (Concentration: Renewable and Clean Energy)....

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NALLAPANENI Manoj Kumar is a Ph.D. Student at the School of Energy and Environment, City University of Hong Kong. Before he joins CityU, he worked as Research Fellow in Building Integrated Photovoltaics. He holds two Masters degrees in Renewable Energy Technologies and Environmental....

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Path-to-Action awards

In addition, the session organizers developed 'Path-to-Action' documents, which were voted on by the participants as well. The following documents received most votes (this represents the top-3, with a tie for the third place).