Captain Planet Foundation & Planeteer Alliance

Captain Planet Foundation (CPF) is an award-winning, US-based NGO that works collaboratively to engage and empower young people to be problem solvers for the planet. Over the past 31 years, more than 1.6 million children have directly participated in CPF’s programs, which have funded 3,250+ projects, impacting 10.5 million young people from over 90 nations. The NGO was originally based on the critically-acclaimed animated series Captain Planet and the Planeteers when it was co-founded in 1991 by media mogul Ted Turner and series executive producer Barbara Pyle. In 2002, CPF separated from TBS and became a 501(c)3 public charity. 

The Planeteer Alliance is CPF's direct-to-youth program that is building a global community of young people putting their impatience into action for the climate and planet.



Accenture is a Fortune Global 500 professional services company based in Dublin, Ireland; specializing in information technology services and consulting. Accenture's southeastern division is a sponsor of the CCPS Green Heart Challenge.



Aquagenuity® is a U.S.-based technology company that has received international awards & recognition from Google, Amazon & Apple for inventing the AquaHubTM: the world’s first digital alternative to the water cycle to address hyperlocal water problems. This comprehensive water quality platform provides an end-to-end solution, from community engagement to water quality testing to purification and ongoing monitoring. By making water Sustainable, Accessible, Verifiable, and Equitable, Aquagenuity builds systems that help us S.A.V.E. water. This technology platform is designed to handle the most complex water challenges, from seawater to sewage to sludge to lead, toxic chemicals, and other forms of contamination.