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Our Upcoming Events
Sunday, April 13
Earth Day Coalition presents EarthFest 2014: Celebrating the Year of Zero Waste at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds. Exhibitor, volunteer and sponsorship opportunities are available. To find out how you can get involved, contact Events and Marketing Coordinator Christina at (216) 281-6468 ext.231 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Click here to download an exhibitor application.
In the Community
March 25 (7:45pm) and March 26 (11:50am)
Earth Day Coalition is a proud Community Partner of the Cleveland International Film Festival. We invite you to join us for two screenings of "A Long and Happy Life." Friends of Earth Day Coalition will receive $2 off of your ticket for either screening of this film with the promo code "Earth" when you purchase your tickets online, over the phone or at the box office. Click here to watch the trailer.
April 17, 2014
Beyond Pesticides Ohio invites you to the Sustainability Workshop "Creating Sustainable Landscapes, Lawns and Fields." Click here for more information.
NRDC’s "Toxic Power" uses publicly-available data to rank states and power plants based on 2010 air pollution levels showing that Ohio (#2) only follows Kentucky (#1) among the top 20 toxic U.S. states where residents are at a higher risk of numerous health problems just by breathing.
Do you know the E-Check program removes 74 tons of harmful emissions each day. And the Ohio EPA has introduced a new, decentralized E-check program called ChoicePlus with 16 self service kiosks and 53 new testing locations. More information here.
The U.S. EPA has released the 17th annual U.S. greenhouse gas inventory showing that overall emissions have grown by over 10% from 1990 to 2010.
Click here to access EPAs new GHG Reporting Program Data and Data Publication Tool to look at state and local emissions as well as resource tools.
Cuyahoga County implementd a year-round household hazardous waste disposal program - more information at: http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2011/10/cuyahoga_county_solid_waste_ma.html. Click here for your city’s program and accepted materials: http://cuyahogaswd.org/en-US/hazardous-waste.aspx.
Cleveland's expanded automated waste collection and curbside recycling program.