Youth Sustainability Challenge Winners

On May 2nd, 2012 EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson blogged about the Youth Sustainability Challenge. This project challenged American youth to submit a video that shared what they are doing to encourage sustainability in their communities and to make an America built to last.

Today I am excited to share the winning videos:

Best Overall Video: A Generation of Energy: Georgetown Energy

Best Contribution to Sustainability Concepts: Everyday Actions, Enduring Results

Most Innovative Approach: Operation Gulliver International

Best Communication of Sustainability: Carmel Green Teen Micro-Grant Program

Popular Choice Award: GROWTH.

You can watch all videos submitted at the Youth Sustainability Challenge website: http://youthsustainability.challenge.gov/. What are you doing to make your community – and the world – more sustainable?

About the author: Lisa Jackson is the Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

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