Project Green Challenge
Mackenzie Feldman speaks at 2018 Finals

Turning Green (TG) invited Mackenzie Feldman to speak at Project Green Challenge 2018 finals. PGC is a powerful and diverse call to action for college and high school students globally. Through 30 days of sustainability-themed challenges (from fashion to food, zero waste to body, biodiversity to economics), PGC aims to empower this generation around conscious living and mobilize action to sustain a healthy planet. 6,000 student participants from 708 schools in 49 states and 56 are countries are rockin’ the world!

The PGC Finals were hosted from November 15-18, 2018 in the Bay Area. Up to sixteen finalists were selected from the global pool of participants and flown to San Francisco for this four-day eco-summit. The finals are a unique and transformative experience for all who attend, bringing together an inspiring collective of dynamic eco-leaders with outstanding student leaders from across the country and around the globe. Over its seven-year history PGC has impacted approximately 35,000 students directly and millions indirectly.

On Saturday, November 17, 2018, PGC Finalists and community members learned from a diverse group of esteemed speakers on a variety of sustainability-related topics. Past speakers included Rachel Berliner, Founder of Amy’s Kitchen; Annie Leonard, Executive Director of Greenpeace; Ken Cook, President, EWG; John Roulac, Founder of Nutiva; Debbie Raphael, Director of SF Department for the Environment; Lisa Bronner, Dr. Bronner’s; and many more. Our speakers set the tone for the weekend as we empowered incredibly dedicated and passionate students through this once-in-a-lifetime experience.