Wednesday, April 22, is Earth Day. Of course, this year, the day that marks the anniversary of the modern environmental movement looks a little different, as many events have been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. That, however, is not going to stop us from celebrating! This year, we have put together a list of virtual Earth Day activities so you can still get your fix of nature, learn something new, and play your part in protecting the Earth while protecting each other.
Spring has sprung, and it’s time to enjoy the outdoors at some of April’s liveliest festivals! If you’re a fan of art, culture, beer, or Mother Earth—or, simply put, anything that makes life awesome— you’ll have plenty of fun along the Capitol Corridor this month!
As the world moves to embrace renewable energy sources and stricter carbon emission standards, the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority (CCJPA) is doing its part to make Northern California cleaner and more sustainable.
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Do you live green and sustainably? If so, show us your green lifestyle between Saturday, April 1, and Earth Day, Saturday, April 22, by submitting images with the hashtag #22DaysofGreen that best capture how you, and your friends and family, are helping the environment. It could be a picture from your train commute, your family working in the garden, or a group of friends hiking. You can also share pictures that illustrate new ideas and tips such as recycling or repurposing hacks.
As part of our ongoing commitment to sustainability and reducing greenhouse gas emissions, the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority has proudly partnered with Climate Corps Bay Area (CCBA) for the past three years. Established in 2010, CCBA is a 10-month fellowship program run by Strategic Energy Innovations in San Rafael. More Capitol Corridor’s Partnership with Climate Corps Bay Area