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Earth Week - Finding Earth Day events near you


April 22, 2023 is the 53rd Earth Day. I love Earth Day and absolutely believe it is important, but, we really need it to be Earth Day every day. In these 53 years we've still catapulted ourselves into the worst environmental issues and scientists continue to warn us that we're running out of time to turn things around.


The most impactful thing we can do as humans is stop eating animals, but, we'll talk about that in an upcoming blog. Here, I wanted to share with you some links to find Earth Day events near you so you have a few days to plan your best Earth Day yet. I quickly realized that I could spend all day pulling links so I chose a few to help get you started. I've included some links local-ish to me, websites to find global events, and things you can do right at home.



In New Jersey like me? Here's a list of events: https://www.njfamily.com/earth-day-is-april-22-heres-how-to-celebrate/


For those in and around New York City:


In the D.C area? Click here for a list of events

Living Earth Festival: Native Nations Confronting Climate Change - This event is virtual so you don't have to be local to attend. Begins at 10amEDT, free.




Find Events Anywhere in the World:

Top 10 Earth Day Events - This list includes events from the U.S, India, Italy, Zimbabwe, and the UK. Scroll to the bottom of the page for the global events map and search your area of the world.



Don't feel like socializing this weekend?

Would you rather stay home and celebrate Earth Day by making changes in and around your home? Check out this article from The Farmers Almanac 10 ways to celebrate Earth Day


If you're thinking about gardening, check out my podcast with Meg Kelly of Learn Veganic from earlier this month. Then visit her website for tons of helpful tips to get started on a garden that is kind to the planet and all her inhabitants.





Have you been waiting for someone else to fix the planet? Do you feel as if you're only one person so how much impact could you possibly have? (hint: it's A LOT!) Are you feeling inspired but don't know what do to next? Stay tuned for tomorrow's blog, where I'll get into this.


Before you go, tell me in the comments if you'll check out a local event this weekend, choose something from the Almanac website, or do something else to celebrate Earth Day. I've found a few events here in NJ that interest me, not sure just yet which one I'll choose!



 

Feeling inspired to help the planet and looking for someone to speak to directly about where to start? Book a free coaching call with me and we'll spend a half hour working out your next right step. This is not a sales call and there is no obligation to work with me.





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Tamara Gerber
Tamara Gerber
Apr 19, 2023

I totally agree, every day should be Earth Day. It was amazing what the 2020 lockdown did for our nature. I can't find any events for Switzerland on the link you provided, but I googled and found out there's going to be a «March for Science» in Geneva, which is 150 miles away. I'd probably do the Earth a favor if I don't do the drive so I can participate in the March. Instead I'll stay home and work on my project. Colin and I started it in 2012 🙈, it's supposed to be an Earth Lamp.


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Kimberly Winters
Kimberly Winters
Apr 20, 2023
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I think you’re right, not driving 150 miles each way is definitely better for the planet! I love this! Is it a lamp that looks like Earth when you’re done, is it also a lamp that’s more energy efficient too?

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Guest
Apr 19, 2023

We all need to do out part.Planted around fifty trees in the last two years.I am trying to do more .Dr.Amrita Basu from the Healthwealthbridge

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Kimberly Winters
Kimberly Winters
Apr 19, 2023
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50 trees!! That’s awesome, Amrita!

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Guest
Apr 19, 2023

Thanks for sharing this content & activities! This is definitely an important day as we thank mother earth for all she provides!


Jean Roman

For Dragonflies And Me

www.fordragonfliesandme.com


Good luck in the UBC!

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Kimberly Winters
Kimberly Winters
Apr 19, 2023
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Absolutely! I hope you find an activity you’ll enjoy! Or maybe you’ll spend the day in your garden?

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