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Help create a more sustainable Los Angeles for future generations
 

This Earth Week (April 19- April 28) we've made it easy for you to make a positive impact while participating in fun activities like restoring native habitats, community gardening, and composting!

We've filled the page below with opportunities co-hosted through our partnership with California Climate Action Corps and by our local nonprofit partners who work in the environmental space every day. Simply click the event(s) you want to do and follow the links to register.

 

Take a few hours this month to show our planet the love and care it deserves!

Choose from the Featured List Below
Check Back for New Opportunities throughout Earth Week!

Earth Week is hosted in partnership with California Climate Action Corps, a program of California Volunteers, Office of the Governor.

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Let's connect

To learn about sponsorship and custom corporate team experiences, please contact Stephen Davalos

Media Inquiries, please contact Samantha Wheeler

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“California has invested more in wildfire prevention than any time in our history... But it’s not enough. We must do more. We need action at EVERY level.”

— Governor Newsom 

Take Action

We must do everything we can to reduce our emissions and, on top of that, actively remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

Here are some ideas of immediate actions you can take:

  • Use Earth Day's plastic calculator with your kids and discuss how your family can reduce plastic consumption.

  • Implement as many of these 52 Actions and Tips to make a difference.

  • Switch to LED lightbulbs to dramatically reduce the amount of power needed to light your home. LED lights last 100x longer than traditional light bulbs!

  • Seal air and water leaks in your home to improve efficiency and reduce your utility bills.

  • Install modern low-flow shower
heads, saving carbon emissions,
energy costs, and up to 15,000
 gallons of water per person per
 year!


  • Learn how to compost and
reduce the carbon impact of
food waste; plus, this will give
 you a free source of soil if you
 have a garden!

  • Tell global leaders at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change to commit to compulsory, assessed climate and environmental education with a strong civic engagement component at COP27 this November.
     

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Dig Deeper

When environmental scientists refer to Climate Collapse or Global Heating, they are referring to the human induced warming of the earth through the burning of fossil fuels. This process is perpetuated by industrialization, agriculture, fast fashion and furniture, global trade, and so on.

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