Green University is the culmination of PGC 2012, a three day eco summit hosted in Marin County, California from November 30-December 2. Fourteen finalists were selected from high school and college participants around the world. Sign ups included 2600+ students, representing 464 campuses, in 49 states, and 33 countries
The finalists will be flown to San Francisco for the summit, to learn from esteemed eco leaders, and work together with mentors to create platforms for social action. These platforms will be implemented by Teens Turning Green in 2013.
Finalists will each make a presentation reflecting on their 30 day PGC journey to a panel of judges who will select the Project Green Challenge 2012 Champion.
Ruthie Burrows, Johns Hopkins University: Baltimore, Maryland
Kilee Forbes (Team Banana Slugs), University of California Santa Cruz: Santa Cruz, California
Kristen Giesting, Otterbein University: Westerville, Ohio
Tavneet Gill, Antelope High School: Antelope, California
Anna Hankins, Wachusett Regional High School: Holden, Massachusetts
Grayson Kent, Lawton Chiles High School: Tallahassee, Florida
Jack Lennon, Kansas Wesleyan University: Salina, Kansas
Richard Makiuchi, The Ohio State University: Columbus, Ohio
Annie May, Anglo American School of Moscow: Moscow, Russian Federation
Alison Neubauer, University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point: Stevens Point Wisconsin
Eliza Sheffield, University of Alabama: Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Natalie Stevenson, University of Delaware: Newark, Delaware
Sarah Vorreiter, University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana: Champaign, Illinois
Alyssa Wolverton, University of North Texas: Denton, Texas
Teens Turning Green would like to thank all of the students who participated in the 30-day challenge and for their commitment to a healthy and just planet.