The 42nd annual Earth Day takes place on Friday, April 22, 2011. Quite simply, Earth Day is a day to consider your lifestyle and what you can do to better the earth. We know everyone can conserve more and live life using less. But spreading this message is just as important as living by an eco-standard. During the month of April, communities worldwide will host Earth Day celebrations, festivals, expos and gatherings. Whether you plant a tree, purchase carbon offsets or simply learn of ways to reduce, reuse and recycle, take the opportunity to make a green impact! Below are a number of Earth Day events and ways you can make earth-friendly changes in your daily life. For thousands of other Earth Day events, visit earthday.org. Events 15th Annual Earth Day Festival in Atlanta 2011 Earth Day Celebration in Columbus, OH Earth Day in Dallas Earth Day in Phoenix Earth Day in Times Square, New York City Earth Day Mobile Bay in Fairhope, AL Earth Day Party for the Planet 2011 in Washington, DC Earth Day SF in San Francisco EarthFest LA 2011 in Los Angeles Eco Fair 2011 in Chicago Green Valley Ranch Earth Day Celebration 2011 in Denver St. Louis Earth Day Festival 2011 Earth Day guides Celebrate Earth Day 2011 in Los Angeles Earth Day: How it All Began Five Things You Can (and Should) Give up for Earth Day How is Earth Day Different from Any Other Day? How to Embrace That Earth Day Feeling Throughout the Year Kicking Earth Day Efforts into High Gear Make the Most of Earth Day Ten Enjoyable Ways to Commemorate the Spirit of Earth Day Verizon Participates in National Cell Phone Recycling Week Youngstown, OH, Celebrating 41 Years of Earth Day
Earth Day 2011
The annual celebration of earth consciousness falls on Friday, April 22, 2011.