Earth Month 2022
We enter this April’s Earth Month knowing more than ever before about climate change and its life-altering impacts to our families, neighbors, and all living beings in every corner of the planet. Despite so much information being within our reach, it can still be daunting to sort through it all, and know what we can do to help.
This April, attend the Office of Sustainability’s virtual lunch and learn events that are designed to educate and provide you with an opportunity to act on climate. You’ll leave each event being prepared to turn often overwhelming information into empowering action. And, each event will have a raffle for Chinook Books, so you can support local businesses, if you are able.
All events are open to staff and the public.
Questions or comments? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Earth Month Events List
Shared Air, Shared Action: Addressing Air Pollution in Multnomah County
Monday, April 4 from 12pm - 1pm
Climate Change In Your Own Backyard: What You Can Do
Thursday, April 7 from 12pm - 1pm
DIY: Craft Cardboard Toys for Animal Services’ Furry Friends
Tuesday, April 12 from 12pm - 1pm
Breathe Easy: Learn to Make Your Own Air Filter
Wednesday, April 13 from 12pm - 1pm
Can Technology Save Us From the Climate Crisis?
Thursday, April 14 from 12pm - 1pm
Knowledge is Power: Understanding Your Utility Bills
Monday, April 18 from 12pm - 1pm
Green Team ERG Meeting
Tuesday, April 19 from 12pm - 1pm
A Just Transition to a Clean Energy Future: Where We Are and the Path Ahead
Wednesday, April 20 from 12pm - 1pm
How Our Food Purchases Can Help People and the Planet
Thursday, April 21 from 12pm - 1pm
Our Changing Climate, Our Changing Health
Monday, April 25 from 12pm - 1pm
Landscaping for Wildlife
Tuesday, April 26 from 12pm - 1pm
Landscaping for Water Conservation
Thursday, April 28 from 12pm - 1pm
The Office of Sustainability is grateful to these partners for sharing their knowledge and ideas with attendees: Multnomah County’s Environmental Health, Animal Services, Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH), Employee Wellness Program, and Green Team ERG, and Neighbors for Clean Air, Oregon Citizens’ Utility Board, East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District, and City of Gresham Solid Waste and Sustainability.