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Posts Tagged ‘Earth Day Network’

47th Earth Day is Saturday, April 22.

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Those celebrating the 47th Annual Earth Day this year feel we are at a critical time for planet Earth. Climate change and the dire consequences of human pollution and consumption are ravaging our beautiful home.

It’s time to get involved and do all that you can to protect our planet on this Earth Day and every other day of the year.

Last year, the Earth Day Network called on activists to plant 7.8 billion trees across the planet as Earth Day heads toward its 50th Anniversary in 2020. The City of Columbus also has an initiative to plant 300,000 trees by the 2020 Earth Day weekend.

In 2017, the Earth Day Network has chosen a theme of Environmental and Climate Literacy.

Learn more about Earth Day and events you can participate in around Ohio by going HERE and HERE. Below are a few other activities that are taking place in Columbus and surrounding counties.

The Ohio Chapter of the Sierra Club will be celebrating with various events. For information on all of their events and to read their newsletter, go HERE.

Green Columbus and Earth Day Columbus will celebrate their 11th Earth Day with Earth Week from April 8-15 and a celebration on Saturday, April 22 at Columbus Commons. 

On Saturday, April 22, there will also be a March for Science in downtown Columbus. This is a non-partisan march that will be carried out by scientists, educators, and others who love science and believe it plays an important part in all of our lives. To find out more, visit the March for Science Facebook page HERE.

For a list of volunteer activities in Columbus and central Ohio, go HERE.

Like Green Columbus on Facebook HERE.

Several of the area Metro Parks will also be honoring Earth Day with programs throughout the Central Ohio area. To find a program you would enjoy, go HERE.

For great Earth Day books for kids, go HERE.

By the way, National Arbor Day is April 28. Plant trees throughout April as you celebrate Earth Day and Arbor Day. For more information on Arbor Day, visit the Arbor Day Foundation web site HERE.

There will be a March for the Climate on Saturday, April 29. To find out more about the People’s Climate March in Washington DC or locally in Columbus, go HERE and HERE.

46th Earth Day is Friday, April 22.

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Martin Luther said, “Even if I knew that tomorrow the world would go to pieces, I would still plant my apple tree.” 

Those celebrating the 46th Annual Earth Day this year feel the same way.

The theme for Earth Day 2016 centers on trees.

Earth Day Columbus is asking volunteers to “Branch Out!” and plant 20,000 trees around the central Ohio area. They will provide the trees, the places to plant, gloves, shovels, and anything else necessary. They just need the manpower to plant the trees–which means they need you.

The City of Columbus also has an initiative of the same name, but they want to plant 300,000 trees by the 2020 Earth Day weekend.

The Earth Day Network is calling on activists to plant 7.8 billion trees across the planet as Earth Day heads toward its 50th Anniversary in 2020.

For ways you can get involved in Earth Day, visit the Earth Day Network web site HERE.

Learn more about Earth Day and events you can participate in around Ohio by going HERE and HERE. Below are a few that are taking place in Columbus and surrounding counties.

The Ohio Chapter of the Sierra Club will be celebrating with various events. For information on all of their events, click on the link for their web site and then click on “Calendar.” They are hosting an OSU wetlands clean up on April 23 and a Little Cuyahoga clean up, as well.

Green Columbus will celebrate their 10th Earth Day with Earth Week from April 16-23 and a celebration on Saturday, April 23 at Columbus Commons. On Friday, April 22, CD102.5’s Big Room Bar will feature Forest and the Evergreens. Join in the fun with music, food, and drinks beginning at 7 pm. Forest and the Evergreens will come in at 9 pm. They will also perform at the Columbus Commons celebration.

For a list of volunteer activities in Columbus and central Ohio, go HERE.

Like Green Columbus on Facebook HERE.

Help Green Columbus raise money to plant trees by supporting their Earth Day Branch Out tree fund by going HERE.

Several of the area Metro Parks will also be honoring Earth Day with programs throughout the Central Ohio area. To find a program you would enjoy, go HERE.

For great Earth Day books for kids, go HERE.

By the way, Arbor Day is April 29. Continue to plant trees throughout April as you celebrate Earth Day and Arbor Day. For more information on Arbor Day, visit the Arbor Day Foundation web site HERE.

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