PGC is a powerful, diverse and far-reaching call to action for high school and college students to raise awareness about conscious lifestyles, informed consumption, and the collective impact of individual actions. Each October, TTG\'s annual challenge engages and inspires thousands of students on hundreds of campuses around the world to transition from conventional to conscious living. Register to be a Campus Rep or Sign Up to participate today.
A pilot launched in the Sausalito / Marin City School district in August 2013, The Conscious Kitchen serves fresh, local, organic, seasonal, Non-GMO breakfast and lunch to students daily. The program has already proven a catalyst for change at Bayside MLK Academy in Marin City, California. Long term, we seek to inspire parents and school leaders to launch Conscious Kitchens in communities worldwide ensuring the health, nourishment, and success of all children, now and for future generations.
The third annual TTG Eco Top Chef program pairs middle school students with professional chefs to learn about food, farming, food equity, and sustainability. With chef partners, students create a fresh, local, organic, seasonal, non-GMO meal that far surpasses USDA nutritional guidelines within school lunch budgets. The final challenge tasks each team and partner chef to prepare and plate a school lunch menu for a team of judges. One team is then selected as the Eco Top Chef Champions.
The cross-country fly-drive Conscious College Road Tour informs, inspires, and mobilizes students around conscious living. Two-day campus visits start with an informative tabling event to engage students, faculty and staff in conversation about tangible sustainable lifestyle choices. TTG will host a town hall meeting to bring together campus leaders and develop a key sustainability project initiated by students and completed with TTG mentorship. The tour runs from March 24 through May 6, 2014.
On April 24, 2014, Fashion Revolution Day will celebrate fashion as a positive influence – and all those who contribute to making it so. This global movement brings together the fashion community at large and the entire supply chain. Held on the anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster, FRD will honor the workers who lost their lives, address the true cost of fashion, and demonstrate to the world that change is possible. Join the conversation at #InsideOut.
Teens Turning Green is proud to present seasonal Conscious Collections, thoughtfully curated, ethically-produced products across many lifestyle categories. Product selections are based on health of ingredients, environmental impact, efficacy, and verified standards like USDA Certified Organic, non-GMO, and Fair Trade. Live life, sustainably. The themed collections are the perfect way to kickstart conscious living – for yourself or as a gift for a friend! To order yours, Click Here
A new program, FG15 is designed to offer resources for incoming freshmen to build a foundation for conscious college living. Incorporating four major resources, “15 Tips to Green Your Life”, “15 Terms to Green your Vocab”, “15 Things to Take to College”, and a Green Packing List, students will have the tools to live consciously from day one of freshman year and for the rest of their lives.
ReStyled is an ethical fashion initiative hosted by students on high school and college campuses across the country. TTG's travelling ReStyled Collection includes consciously curated, fashion forward eco looks and accessories from eco-designers, vintage and thrift shops, Goodwill, and other businesses. Sign Up and host a show to spread the word!