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A “Sustainable Lifestyle” is a cluster of habits and patterns of behavior embedded in a society and facilitated by institutions, norms and infrastructures that frame individual choice, in order to minimize the use of natural resources and generation of wastes, while supporting fairness and prosperity for all. A sustainable lifestyle is about being aware of the impact our daily choices have on the planet and each other. It's about being conscious of how we live, what we buy, and how we treat ourselves and others.

This year's Code Olympiad theme is "Sustainable Lifestyle". We invite Code Olympiad participants to create a project that will help us learn and achieve sustainable living. We want you to use tools in different categories to reflect your understanding of what it means to live sustainably.



  1. All tools and programming language used are based on recommendations. If you wish to compete using different but equivalent programming language, please contact the event organizers via the form at the bottom of the home page.

  2. In each category, participants will compete in separate sub-divisions based on their age (5-6 years old, 7-10 years old, 11-13 years old, 14-18 years old).

  3. Participants may compete in divison based on their current level or higher, but never lower. For example, participant with 10 years old may compete in Game Making 14-18 years old group, but not at Game Making 5-6 years old group.

  4. The decision of the judges is final and binding. It cannot be contested or challenged by the participants or any other party.

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