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Make your actions speak for Earth this April. Commit to 30 days of taking action for a better shared future.
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Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day with a global community of changemakers. Dedicate your actions to Earth throughout all of April!

Earth Day Ecochallenge connects you to a global community of advocates and changemakers, each doing what we can, in ways that are most relevant to us, to make this great spinning dot we call home a healthier, more equitable, more sustainable place. Welcome to Earth Day Ecochallenge!

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  • Fresh Water
    Dexter Kosk's avatar
    I will save up to 12 gallons (45 L) of water a day by flushing only when necessary.
  • Food
    aeisha yassin's avatar
    I will enjoy 1 meatless meal(s) and/or 1 vegan meal(s) each day of the challenge.
  • Action Track: Earth Day Together!
    Becky Raymond's avatar
    Through social media or on the Earth Day Ecochallenge feed, I will share my favorite environmentally friendly habit with my friends, even if it’s not an Earth Day action.

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  • April 13 at 9:32 AM
    Sustainable Outdoor Recreation lunch and learn from the NYS DEC - notes Laura DiBetta, Director of Outdoor Recreation presented some tips to explore the outdoors.Adventure NY multi-year outdoor rec campaign announced in 2017 Expand access to recreation (upgrades to facilities, new facilities, accessible boardwalks, all ages) Connect people to...
  • April 4 at 11:02 AM
    Reinforcement of existing practices - a reminder of why it's important to compost!
  • April 4 at 11:01 AM
    I've been composting food waste for several years since the city collects our food and yard waste. My goal is to always try to limit our household food waste by: not buying more food that we need; prioritizing what to cook/eat based on what would go bad the fastest; freezing vegetables from my CSA if I know I won't be able to use them quickly...