Each year during the week of April 22, thousands of Alameda County residents take to the streets, local parks, creeks and auditoriums to advocate for a healthy, sustainable environment. Earth Day is an opportunity to highlight the most pressing environmental issues and to volunteer your time to help keep our most precious shared resource clean and healthy. We have culled a selection of local Earth Day 2014 activities for you and your family and encourage our members to get involved!
- Are you looking for ways to keep the kids entertained and engaged in the environment? Check out these free downloadable coloring pages.
- Do you get confused about what can be recycled and what cannot? Read the helpful primer Can I Recycle That?
- Are you interested in volunteering? The City of Oakland has a day of activities planned for this Saturday April 26th from 9:30 am to noon.
- Or you can celebrate Earth Day by attending the City of Alameda’s free Earth Day Festival Saturday April 26th at Washington Park.
- Do you specialize in Environmental Law? Please consider joining the ACBA Environmental Law Section. Section membership is only $35! As an Environmental Law Section member, you will receive discounts on quality educational and networking opportunities focused on land use, environmental law, and sustainability issues. More information may be found on the ACBA Environmental Law Section’s webpage. The Environmental Law Section is sponsoring a training in May to review state and federal regulatory developments in 2013 and what to expect in 2014. For more information and to register, please visit the ACBA Calendar.