Celebrate Earth Day Denver 2013 from 10am-2pm in the Webb Building!
We would like to invite everyone to stop by Earth Day Denver 2013 today from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Webb Building Atrium. This event marks the 43rd anniversary of Earth Day and serves as reminder of our city’s commitment to sustainability.
Each year, Earth Day Denver showcases local businesses, organizations, and agencies that practice or provide environmentally-friendly and sustainable services and products. This year’s event will be a zero waste event, featuring a display of the latest technology in near zero emissions vehicles along Bannock in front of the City & County Building.
A few of this year’s new features include the opportunity to get a close look at the next generation in low or no emission vehicles, worm composting, a junk mail reduction station, and more.
Since the creation of Earth Day in 1970, people from around the world have come together to celebrate and promote environmental conservation and sustainability. All activities and displays are designed to educate and engage residents about the ways we can protect our natural resources for future generations and celebrate our success with innovative local projects and companies. Denver area residents, students and downtown employees are encouraged to stop by to learn how Denver organizations are making a difference.
Thanks to our partners at Denver Solid Waste Management and Denver Recycles for helping make this a Zero Waste event by providing recycling and composting services, and to all the city agencies who are participating in this great event.