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EARTH "WEEK" 2010 EVENTS

by Tracy Will
Mon, Apr 12th 2010 08:15 am

Did you know this year marks the 40th anniversary of Earth Day?  That's right, the first Earth Day celebration, organized by Denis Hayes, took place on April 22nd, 1970, rallying the support and participation of 20 million Americans.  In honor of this year's Earth Day celebration, several organizations are hosting a variety of events, beginning as early as this Thursday, April 15th.

Please visit the following websites for more information on other WNY events surrounding the 40th Anniversary Earth Day Celebration.

 

April 15th-17th

The Eighth Annual Boom Days Celebration

www.boomdays.com

April 16th-18th

Power Shift NY Conference at UB

http://powershiftny.org

April 17th

Buffalo Niagara Green Expo

www.bnge.org

April 17th

Spring Shoreline Sweep

www.bnriverkeeper.org

April 17th-22nd

Earth Day Events @ Tifft Nature Preserve

www.sciencebuff.org/calendar

April 17th-24th

Peace on Earth Week 2010

http://peaceonearthweek.org

April 22nd

2010 Buffalo-Niagara Earth Day Celebration

www.buffaloearthday.com

April 22nd

Environmental activist Erin Brockovich speaks on "Moral Choices and Environmental Justice"

See Daemen College Press Release Here

 

For a more comprehensive list of Earth Day related events, see the April 2010 Enviro-News Events listing sponsored by Daemen College Center for Sustainable Communities and Civic Engagement and the Natural Sciences Department.

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HOW TO GREEN YOUR HOLIDAY PARTY
Turn down the heat before guests arrive. Take advantage of the added heat a room full of people brings. You'll save a little energy and everyone will be more comfortable in the long run.

 

Think Green when you play your holiday party with these tips.

 

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