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Announcing the SustainPHL 2022 nominees

Announcing the SustainPHL 2022 nominees

Here’s the latest list of sustainability changemakers

SustainPHL 2022 is returning on October 20, 2022. Here is the full list of the nominees, from individuals using art to fight climate change, organize neighborhood cleanups, and organizations that are making a big impact.

Don’t miss the ceremony on October 20th. Grab your tickets now.

Activist of the Year

Micah Gold-Markel, Solar States

Terrill Haigler

The Big Clean Up/Taaj Williams 

TD Bank Sustainable Communities

This nominee is working to provide communities with equitable access to clean air & water, clean & open spaces, careers, and energy-efficient resources, as well as protecting local wildlife & habitats.

Circular Philadelphia

Sanctuary Farms 

PAR Recycle Works, Maurice Jones 

Impact Business Leader

Echo Systems


Luhv Deli 

Reveal Avocado Seed Brew  

Business Innovation

Green Ablutions



Environmental Justice: This person’s work advocates for equitable and fair involvement of marginalized communities in their environment

Eastwick United CDC

Ebony Griffin 

Jerome Shabazz

Climate Hero:  This nominee is combating climate change through communications, advocating, and influencing change.

Caroline Burkholder, Temple University

Linnea Bond

Trash Academy

Neighborhood Champ

Sally McCabe, PHS

Ivana Gonzalez, Esperanza *

Bria Wimberly, The Discovery Center  

#FuturePHL: Helping the future of Philadelphia’s sustainability and climate resilience

All Together Now PA

Indego Bike Share  

Melvin Powell

Sustainability Next Gen: Up & Coming Sustainability Leaders

Jackson Kusiak, Solar States

Hajjah Glover, Glover Gardens  

Zakia Elliott

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Julie Hancher is Editor-in-Chief of Green Philly, sharing her expertise of all things sustainable in the city of brotherly love. She enjoys long walks in the park with local beer and greening her travels, cooking & cat, Sir Floofus Drake. View all posts by Julie Hancher
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