EcoReps

The Princeton University Ecology Representative Program (EcoReps) was founded in 2004 and is hosted by the Office of Sustainability. The mission of the EcoReps is to promote the integration of sustainability into life on campus in alignment with the Sustainability Action Plan. Through their efforts, the EcoReps aim to see every Princeton student adopt at least one aspect of sustainable living into their daily lives, and to understand the value of sustainability for themselves, their communities, and the environment.

2021 EcoReps 

EcoReps Coordinators

Maddy Chong '23
Camellia Moors '22

EcoReps Leaders

Farah Azmi '24
Akhila Bandlora '24
Brooke Baxter '22
Jayla Cornelius '23
Francesca DiMare '23
Adam Elkins '23
Naomi Frim-Abrams '23
Julia Harisay '21
Joe Himmelfarb '24
Amelia Liu '23
Tecla Mafa '24
Pooja Parmar '22
Grace Rocker '23
Isabel Schoeman '24
Bobby Shell '23
Ethan Sontarp '24
Adam Wickham '22
Nomi Willis '24
Edward Zhang '24

EcoReps Blog Team

Grace Liu '23 - Lead Editor
Camellia Moors '22 - Co-Editor
Wesley Wiggins '21 - Co-Editor

EcoReps Social Media Team

Luisa Chantler Edmond '22
Lazarena Lazarova '21
Marissa Mejia '23
Jess Scott '24

Tigers Go Green Blog

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Tigers Go Green is a sustainability news and information platform curated by the Office of Sustainability and Princeton’s EcoReps. TGG covers campus, local, national and global sustainability stories and shares information for readers to take action on any scale. Student-produced articles are shared with and read by the Princeton University campus community and greater global community.

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