Introducing our 2020 Corporate Earth Day Events Program

Program temporarily POSTPONED

We believe it is our responsibility to our ESNC members, other participating nonprofits, and corporate sponsors to follow Governor Cooper’s declaration of a state of emergency and apply those guidelines to our Corporate Earth Day Events program.  We are taking the following steps:

  1. Mission Reveal in the Triangle and the Corporate Challenges will be postponed:  These two events are directly connected and the timing between them is important. We will release new dates shortly.
  2. Corporate Earth Day Breakfast: Will take place on September 24th, 2020. Hopefully we will see you there.
  3. 50 Actions for 50 Years: Since this is a virtual challenge, this will be a safe and fun way for your teams to participate in Earth Month even while other events are being cancelled or postponed. We are still taking registrations for this program if new companies want to get involved.



New for the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day!

50 Actions for 50 Years: Make a measurable impact in 2020

What is it?

  • Employees are challenged to take 50 sustainable actions leading up to Earth Day 2020
  • The mobile app tracks actions, metrics, and points for a friendly competition with other companies
  • Peers share pictures and activity within the app to inspire each other and stay fully engaged

Why join?

  • One Earth Day event for ALL — Whether employees work in different locations or can’t get out of the office for a volunteer day, everyone can participate
  • Answers the employee question: “How can I make a difference?” At the end of the challenge, employees will be able to see how much water they have saved, trash they have diverted, and carbon they have kept out of the atmosphere
  • Demonstrate your support for conservation to your employees and customers. Join the growing number of companies that take care of the communities in which they operate
Deadline: March 30, 2020

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