April is Earth Month!

Get your coworkers excited about Earth Day, all month!

We’ve organized a variety of events and resources to help all of us engage our coworkers around sustainability during the month of April.

Earth month posterSpread the word

Download an Event Poster to hang at your workplace.

Email coworkers about Earth Month events and the Reduce Reuse Recaffeinate plus campaign (see below).

Share sustainability tips with your coworkers:


Events list graphic updated

Behind the Scenes Look at Recycling – Brown Bag Lunch
Tue., Apr. 3 – 12 noon to 1 p.m.

“Where Does Our Garbage Go?” Tour
Thu., Apr. 5 – 12 noon to 1 p.m.

“Look & See” Benefit Film Screening
Fri., Apr. 13, 7 – 10 pm
We encourage CSC members to donate $10 (or more) for their ticket, to support the Ecology in Classrooms & Outdoors program.

Downtown Litter Cleanup with SOLVE and Ruby Receptionists
Wed., Apr. 18 – 12 noon to 1 p.m.
(Note: you will have to log in / create an account on SOLVE‘s website to register)

Volunteer for the Columbia Slough
Sat., Apr. 21 – 9 a.m. to 12 noon

Bike Ride and a Tour of The Redd
Thu., Apr. 26 – 4:00 – 6:30 p.m.

Plus, check out our full calendar of public sustainability events in April.


Reduce Reuse Recaffeinate (plus!)

Everyone drinks beverages, shops at stores, and eats lunch, right?  This year’s expanded Reduce Reuse Recaffeinate plus challenge is one everyone can participate in!

How does it work?

1. Download a Reduce Reuse Recaffeinate plus card or get one from your office’s Corporate Sustainability Collaborative Earth Month leader.

2. Initial or punch your card every time you prevent throwaways (bring your own coffee cup, shopping bag, water bottle or lunch). You can also use GO Box to have a waste-free lunch!

3. Email a picture of your card (with at least one punch in each column) by April 30, 2018. That will get you entered to win prizes.

Download a poster and punch cards:
RRR 2018 poster   RRR card

Promote it!

Download a Reduce Reuse Recaffeinate plus poster to hang at your workplace and at local coffee shops or your favorite lunch spot (with their permission, of course.)

Thanks to our Earth Month prize and event sponsors: