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April 1 - April 30, 2021
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April 1 - April 30, 2021

St. Pete Earth Month Team

City Of St. Petersburg

St. Pete Earth Month Team was created by the Office of Sustainability & Resiliency (OSR) to celebrate Earth Month and see the impact our community can make when we all work together to effect change.

Points Total

  • 0 Today
  • 0 This Week
  • 2,181 Total

Team Impact

  • up to
    3
    documentaries
    watched
  • up to
    1
    energy audits
    conducted
  • up to
    270
    minutes
    spent learning
  • up to
    6
    locally sourced meals
    consumed
  • up to
    17
    meatless or vegan meals
    consumed
  • up to
    1,040
    minutes
    spent outdoors
  • up to
    3
    public officials or leaders
    contacted
  • up to
    4
    trees
    planted
  • up to
    540
    gallons of water
    have been saved

Team Feed

Recent updates from this team
  • April 26 at 6:32 AM
    Tiny Kitchen garden keeping me busy :)
  • April 22 at 4:32 PM
    My vision of a sustainable community is one that is sensitive to the building of and promotion of sustainable living. There would be a need to educate individuals on the purpose of such a community to make sure they are aware of the positive environmental and economic effect such commnity could exist. Behavior would be the main thing that would...
  • April 22 at 8:35 AM
    it's important to me to be responsible in my energy useĀ 
  • April 20 at 5:44 AM
    The biggest impact to my area will be sea level rise and rising temperatures. It will lead to numerous negative impacts to humans and the environment. We will see residents migrate from the coastal areas to areas toward the center of the state that are currently undeveloped and used for agriculture and other industries. The habitat loss to...
  • April 20 at 5:26 AM
    I had not heard the term "silvopasture" before now. There are a lot of benefits to this technique but I was particularly interested in the fact that when silvopasture is implemented, the land becomes more resilient to drought. With superdroughts forecast to be more prevalent in the future due to climate change, this technique could...
  • April 20 at 5:16 AM
    I was surprised to learn that peatlands take hundred to thousands of years to form and are second only to oceans in the amount of carbon they store. That is amazing! I started a vegetable garden at home and created my soil using a mixture of peat, vermiculite, and compost. I am going to switch to coconut coir going forward and will spread the...

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Competitions

Challenger Members Points Challenged Members Points  
Challenger: City of Portland, Bureau of Development Services Challenger Team Members: 11 Challenger Points: 3064 Winning?: VS. Challenged: St. Pete Earth Month Team Challenged Team Members: 25 Challenged Points: 2181 Winning?: