Earth Day Every Day Schedule

All Earth Week Service Projects

Community Resiliency
What would your ideal neighborhood be? Take pictures in and around your neighborhood of what you love or consider “assets” of your neighborhood. Create a collage on photocollage.com, save it and upload a link to the Padlet Community Resilience page.
Community ResiliencyBe a good neighbor and community steward in this time of crisis by: 1) Supporting local business, 2) Sewing PPE for local hospitals, 3) Check on an elderly friend or neighbor, 4) Donate to a local organization, 5) Offer to help a high risk friend or neighbor, 6) Express gratitude and respect to emergency responders, 7) Take care of yourself and your family. Find more information on these Community Resiliency Projects here.
Reducing Resource ConsumptionGrab some trash bags and disposable gloves. Start a neighborhood cleanup and pick up trash in your community. Just make sure to keep at least 6 feet apart from those who are helping. Recycle what you can!
All CategoriesSign up for the Earth Challenge 2020.
Padlet Link:Service Projects



Monday- Community Resiliency



At Home
For the Kids
At Work
  • Check out Arthur Family Health on PBS Kids and click on the Resilience tab to learn all there is to know about being resilient! Read the stories, watch some of the videos, or play some of the games and then take the Resilience quiz! Lot of resources for kids AND parents.
  • Meet the Disaster Dodgers on FEMA for Kids! This series of five videos introduces emergency management and preparedness to students and highlights severe weather, fire safety, and earthquakes.
  • Watch this video on Sustainable Development
  • Participate in the Asset-based Community Development Lunch and Learn presented by Amanda Acheson from Coconino County Sustainability held on Monday April 20th from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. RSVP required. Click here to RSVP
  • Register for Sustainability Think Globally, Act Locally Webinar, put on by NAZCCA (Northern AZ Climate Change Alliance) held on Earth Day, Wednesday April 22nd from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Click here to Register ahead of time.  
Padlet Links:        Community Resilience    Community Resiliency Kids

Tuesday – Transportation & Electric Vehicles


At Home                              
For the Kids
At Work

  • Participate in EV Lunch and Learn presented by Eslir Musta from Coconino County Public Works held on Tuesday, April 21st from 12:30 to 1:00 p.m. Click here to RSVP

Padlet Links:          Transportation         Transportation Kids      

Wednesday – Climate Change


At Home                            
For the Kids       
At Work

  • Participate in the Climate 101 Lunch and Learn presented by Marco Alatorre from County Assessor’s Office held on Wednesday, April 22nd from 12:30 to 1:00 p.m. Click here to RSVP
  • Set your default search engine to ECOSIA. ECOSIA uses the ad revenue from your searches to plant trees. Visit this link and select the internet browser you use and follow the instructions.    
Padlet Links:         Climate Change           Climate Change Kids

Thursday - Energy Efficiency/ Conservation and Renewables


At Home
For the Kids
At Work

  • Click here for instructions on how to change your monitor sleep time
  • Place a sticky note reminder on your laptop or Computer monitor at work to turn off when leaving your desk or especially, at the end of the day
  • Check out these tips for Greening your Workplace

Padlet Links:          Energy Efficiency & Renewables          Energy Efficiency & Renewables Kids

      Friday- Reducing         Resource Consumption


At Home
For the Kids
At Work


  • Put a sticky note reminder on the bathroom mirror at work to remind yourself and your colleagues to turn off the tap when soaping hands. 
  • Reduce your paper usage by changing your printer settings on your work computer. Click here for instructions.
  • Commit to bringing your own coffee mug and reusable water bottle with you to work

  • Do you have a recycling receptacle at your desk? If so, take a picture to show us what a great Sustainability Champion you already are! If not, find a box or container to use for collection at your desk and decorate or print off a “We Recycle” coloring page to help you remember.

Padlet Links:        Reducing Resource Consumption               Reducing Resource Consumption Kids