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Center for Ecological Regeneration: Earth Day 2023


In 1970, 20 million people mobilized to call for greater protections of our planet by establishing and celebrating the first Earth Day. April 22, 2022, will mark 52 years of Earth Day. We have included a number of resources to help you explore the history of the environmental movement as well as links to additional information and local Earth Day activities. For a more detailed look at the history of Earth Day (50th Anniversary in 2020) and how we and the Earth have changed, click on the link below.


Earth Day 2023 Theme: Invest in Our Planet

Local Activities and Efforts

Local Evanston Events

Evanston is hosting a series of events throughout the month of April. They are also challenging folks weekly. Check out the link below for more information. 

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Citizens' Greener Evanston

10-Second Climate Film Festival: Join D65 students for a showing of their 10+ second videos on how they're taking action or want to see others take action to fight the climate crisis.

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Additional Resources