EARTHDAY.ORG, the global organizer of Earth Day, announced that the theme for Earth Day 2022 will be “Invest In Our Planet.” Earth Day 2022 is focused on accelerating solutions to combat our greatest threat, climate change, and to activate everyone – governments, citizens, and businesses – to do their part. Everyone accounted for, and everyone accountable.
The Earth Day 2022 theme is focused on engaging the more than 1 billion people, governments, institutions, and businesses who participate in Earth Day to recognize our collective responsibility and to help accelerate the transition to an equitable, prosperous green economy for all. The goal of EDO’s campaign is to push aside the barriers erected by the ancient, dirty fossil fuel economy and their co-conspirators – old technologies of centuries past – and redirect attention to creating a 21st century economy that brings back the health of our planet, protects our species, and provides opportunities for all. EARTHDAY.ORG’s campaign is focused on reframing the conversation, accelerating action, and bringing us together to understand that this is within our reach if we work together.
Sat Apr 2 - Marsh Clean-up 10a-12p, meet at TAMU-CC sign by bridge to campus; wear old close-toed shoes!
Fri Apr 8 - Collecting Spring Seeds 10a @ meet Islander Gardens
Sat Apr 9 - Earth Day Bay Day Tabling & Face Painting at Heritage Park 9a-4p, SignUp through link on I-Engage
Sun Apr 10 - Sprouts Grocery Field Trip & Zero Waste Demo 2p-4p
Wed Apr 13 - Garden Party & Eco-Friendly Potluck @ 6p at the Islander Gardens
Fri Apr 15 - Miramar Hike n Bike Trail Clean @ 11a-12:30p
Mon Apr 18 - Ecofem Climate Strike in Garcia Plaza from 10a-2p
Wed Apr 20 - Outside Meditation @ 10a & 6p, tentatively on E Lawn
Fri Apr 22 - Garden Workday with tree plantings @ Islander Gardens, 9a - 12p
Fri Apr 22 - Earth Day Beach Clean & Bonfire at South Packery Jetty Beach @ 5pm
Tue Apr 26 - Artist Talk with Shelia Rogers @ 4pm in the Bell Library
Tue Apr 20 - Exhibit Reception with Shelia Rogers @ 6pm in the Bell Library