The second edition of Tallinn University Green Week took place on 14-17 April. TU Green Week is a student initiative that focuses on discussions about renewable energy, climate changes and sustainable development education. Professor Thomas Falkenberg, Professor in Teacher Eudcation and expert in sustainable education from Manitoba University, Canada, was the Green Week's special guest.

"The aim of Green Week is mainly to encourage people to think green and to promote this way of thinking - what better place to do that than education institution," said the Green Week Project Manager, Krista Kant.

The series of events involved experts and lecturers from Tallinn University, Estonian Renewable Energy Association, Tallinn Energy Agency and Tallinn University of Technology.

Documentaries Carbon Nation (USA 2010) and Inconvenient Truth (USA 2006) were screened at the Tallinn University Baltic Film and Media School's SuperNova Cinema on Monday, 14 April, evening.

Humana boxes were displayed all around the University campus to give people a chance to bring their well-kept and clean but no longer used clothes, textiles, shoes and toys, and give them a new life.

Green Week took place in Tallinn University for the second time and was organised by the TU Student Union.