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April 1 - April 30, 2021

Putting Climate Solutions into Action

Connect the dots between your values and your actions with Earth Month Ecochallenge: Drawdown!
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Earth Month Ecochallenge: Drawdown is offered by Ecochallenge.org in partnership with Project Drawdown. Together, we're taking action on 80 of the most substantive solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to stop climate change. Sign up for the Ecochallenge, create a team, and see how 30 days of action add up to a lifetime of positive change for you and the planet.

Ecochallenge.org offers this social change platform + Project Drawdown-aligned curriculum to connect a global community of changemakers, each doing what we can, in the places where we can, to make this great spinning dot we call home a healthier, more equitable, more sustainable place.

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  • Advocate for healthcare equality
    Elsa Friedmann's avatar
    Goal: Write at least one elected representative advocating for action to increase healthcare equality for women, people of color, queer people, and gender-nonconforming people. I chose this goal because it seemed to fit alongside the other goals in this category, and I wanted to make sure it existed as an option. Healthcare equity is a crucial issue and major ongoing crisis, and is often brushed aside as either nonexistent or too big a problem to be solved.
  • Food, Agriculture, and Land Use
    Kim Smith's avatar
    I will tend to a garden, or prepare for one, each day using sustainable gardening practices.
  • Industry
    Keisha Armstrong's avatar
    Contamination prevents what is recyclable from being recycled. I will research and recycle all materials that are accepted by local haulers or drop stations in my community, making sure to not contaminate recyclables with non-recyclables.

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  • April 19 at 8:23 AM
    I learned that geothermal energy is the 3rd or 4th most important source of renewable energy. It is a small portion of the worlds power capacity. It will be more important in the future because it increases efficiency and allows more energy to be captured in each plant.
  • April 19 at 8:21 AM
     Update on progress...  $622 = 100 happy kids learning how to care for the earth!  
  • April 19 at 8:21 AM
    it is a nice day out sun is bright its a great temp and the willow tree is starting to bloom infront of my apartment and went for a little nature walk the morning slash run