EARTH DAY SAN FRANCISCO 2019 | SUNDAY APRIL 21, Noon – 7PM, FREE
Earth Day San Francisco (SF) has been fighting for environmental awareness in the Bay Area since 2010, and the fight just became more crucial than ever. Decades of environmental protections and green sustainability policies are in real, immediate jeopardy. We hope you join us for this year’s event, because IT’S UP TO US to do all we can to protect the environment and the people who are vulnerable to the very real threat of climate change.
IT’S UP TO US to leave no doubt in the minds of climate change deniers that the progress we have made will not be reversed. As President Obama said, “Climate change is still climate change. Reality doesn’t go away.” The response to our outreach has been amazing, drawing commitments from the leading environmental organizations, activist artists, civic leaders and concerned citizens.
Earth Day SF is a known platform for multicultural entertainment, environmental education, and a celebration of a healthy planet, but this free event also serves as a real time hub for eco-activism. The public and you will have the opportunity to support the Green Movement by actively joining the many projects and initiatives presented by our eco and non-profit partners. We can’t trust our next president to protect the environment. It’s up to us!
We invite everyone with a stake in a Green future (and that means everyone) to join us.
Contributions will enable EDSF to feature the following:
- Powerful Speakers
- Hands on Green DIY Workshops
- Clean Energy Zone (Solar, Wind, Water, Green Power Demos)
- Green Transportation Showcase (Electric Cars, Motor-Scooters, Bikes)
- Green Tech Pavilion (Invention & Innovation)
- Beer and Wine Gardens
- Eco-Carnival and Kid Zone
- More than 60 Earth-Friendly Exhibitors
- Eco-Art Village
- Eco-Fashion shows
- Sustainable Chef/Cooking Showcase
The complete schedule and line-up will be announced in the coming months on www.earthdaysf.org and at http://www.facebook.com/earthdaysf.
We can’t trust our president to protect the environment. It’s up to us!