I choose color-coded recycling bins because I think recycling is very important, but since it's color-coded I think it's going to be more sustainable.
Color-coded recycling bins are sustainable because having color-coded recycling bins will get people's attentions to recycling more. For ecology we are using wood so it would be more sustainable and good for the environment, for economics we are getting wood from local sources, for politics since it's recycling people will agree too it because it's sustainable, for culture recycling will not affect the world but instead it will help the world.
Our group prepared the proposal by asking other people about the Budget and Timeline. For our infographic one person worked on it because only one person could only work on the infographic. For the Shark Tank pitch our group made a script and memorized it so we can be really prepared for our Shark Tank pitch.
The most interesting thing I learned was how SSIS was and wasn't being sustainable.
The most challenging part was the budget because we had to find out the budget for wood and paint, so we asked other people.
I think we did well on how we explained our project and how we gave details to the people watching our proposal.
If we can do this project I would try to do better at writing the proposal because I was the only one who had not the best proposal out of all the people in my group. If I had anything to improve then I would improve of how we memorized our scripts, but instead I would really like it if we just got a good piece of paper and just write it down or print it.