Earth Week Events

Earth Week Proclamation
What is Earth Week?

Earth Week is a community celebration filled with events, marches, films, rallies, programs, music, and field trips. An exciting opportunity to engage with one another and collectively explore action & ideas for the future of our planet, locally and globally. Stay tuned for the release of the official City of Prescott's 2020 Earth Day Declaration, and join us in learning & leading our way to brighter tomorrow!

#PrescottEarthWeek #ourplanetourfuture #EarthDay2020

Earth Week 2020 is STILL HAPPENING!

For community safety reasons, Earth Week 2020 is now ONLINE!

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Saturday, April 18th 9:00am-12:00pm
"Passion for the Planet" - 2nd Annual Earth Week Youth Summit

Be witness to apassionate and engaged panel of youth as they discuss the topics they care about and answer your questions.

 

This digital event will have panelists from around the world and will be presented as a zoom webinar panel.

Click HERE to register for the zoom webinar.

Have questions?

Ask Annie Baker at annie.baker@student.prescott.edu.

Tuesday, April 21st 6:30-8:30pm
Climate Change Solutions: Political or Personal?
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This will be a pre-recorded video webinar hosted by Dr. Gary Beverly. He will be available for a *live* Q&A for those attending the webinar. The presentation explores both personal and policy solutions, including the Green New Deal and the book Drawdown.

Click HERE to register for the zoom webinar.

Have questions? Ask Patrick Grady at patrickgrady70@gmail.com.

Wednesday, April 22nd 4:00-6:00pm
50th Anniversary of Earth Day!
Sustainability: Think Globally, Act Locally
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Join NAZCCA on Earth Day for a regional look at local practices around sustainability, resiliency, and climate planning and preparedness.

Patrick Grady, Yavapai Climate Change Coalition (YCCC) Chair and NAZCCA Board Member will be moderating this panel:

 

Laird Christensen - Director, MS in Resilient and Sustainable Communities at Prescott College

McKenzie Jones – City of Sedona Sustainability Coordinator, Darcy Hitchcock Sustainability Alliance

 

Debbie Cotton - Lead City Engagement Volunteer from YCCC

 

Registration is required to attend this webinar and space is limited.

Please register as soon as possible to secure your spot!

Click HERE to register for the zoom webinar:

Have questions? Ask Patrick Grady at patrickgrady70@gmail.com.

Thursday, April 23rd 1:00-3:00pm
What's Next Prescott?
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Join Kari Hull, NAZCCA Community Organizer and Patrick Grady,

Yavapai Climate Change Coalition Chair in a conversation to exploring how the local climate movement is building scale and moving from mobilizing to meaningful sustainability action at the local level.

Click HERE to join the Zoom meeting.

Password: NAZCCA (required)

Have questions? Ask Kari Hull at kari.nazcca@gmail.com 

Friday, April 24th 6:00-8:00pm
ART MOJO! Create for the love of the Earth!
Granite Creek Clean Up

Join us for an interactive creative celebration of the earth! Watch and learn dance moves, draw, paint or craft a little, listen to some music, and

even jam along with the Youth Action Team.

Click HERE to register for the zoom webinar.

Have questions? Ask Annie Baker at annie.baker@student.prescott.edu

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