Earth Week at The Beach is an annual event in honor of International Earth Day on April 22nd. Check out these awesome FREE Earth Week festivities happening all week long!
Kick off the Earth Week at the Beach by attending a screening of Silent Spring, the 55-minute PBS documentary about the life and work of Rachel Carson, a biologist, author, and fearless champion for the environment and public health. Her landmark work in the 1950s and 60s sparked a revolution in environmental policy and created a new ecological consciousness in America and around the world. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with CSULB environmental educators and local community leaders who will discuss the role of science and community activism in the past and current environmental movement. FREE PIZZA & POPCORN will be served.
Tuesday, April 18th – 11am – 1pm
Speakers Platform (across from the Bookstore)
Join CSULB clubs, campus departments, community organizations, and local businesses at the Speaker’s Platform for a carnival-themed Earth Week celebration. There will be games and giveaways, intriguing vendors, and more Eco-Fair fun! FREE PIZZA will be served!
Create & Celebrate + Screen Printing
Wednesday, April 19th – 11am – 1pm
University Student Union Southwest Terrace
This interactive Earth Week event will feature DJ music, DIY eco-crafts, a fun photo-booth and screen printing on reusable canvas bags. Sustain U is hosting the Triple R-Tist Trash bin painting activity, and Engineers for a Sustainable World will be displaying the participants of their Sustainable Dog House Competition!
6th Annual Green Generation Mixer & Sustainability Project Showcase
Thursday, April 20th, 4- 7pm
Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden
This annual Earth Week event brings together student, faculty, staff and Long Beach community leaders for a fun evening of mingling, music and food. The centerpiece of the event is the Sustainability Project Showcase, a presentation of sustainability-related student and faculty work that explores a wide variety of innovative topics and solutions. You won't want to miss it!
The City of Long Beach organizes and highlights a variety of sustainable events throughout the city. The Long Beach community is invited to participate in these public events and take individual actions to make this city more sustainable.
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