Unite the Arts, Humanities, and Sciences; business and industry, and political and community leaders to increase citizen's love of nature, promote environmental awareness, and create local-to-global sustainability.
• Organize grassroots teaching and learning events modeled after the "Genius of Earth Day" 1970.
• Collaborate and cooperate with diverse organizations who support Earth Stewardship/Creation Care, whether for sacred, secular, scientific, or philosophical reasons.
• Advocate clean renewable energies, economies, and jobs to strengthen local and global economies, and advance social justice.
• Illuminate environmental role models and highlight their visions to inspire hope to solve the climate change crisis.
• Improve quality of life through excellent arts and outdoors activities.
• Motivate citizens to make green pledges at home, school, and work to create sustainable environments.
SPONSORS: Episcopal Church Advisory Council on the Stewardship of Creation (NYC), Interlectic Corporation, Jamestown Community College (Earth Awareness Club, JCC Foundation, Faculty Student Association, Katherine Jackson Carnahan Endowment for the Humanities, Rotary Club of Jamestown, Scharmann Theatre, and Weeks Gallery), New York State Council on the Arts Community Arts Grant, Solar Liberty, and St. Luke's Episcopal Church.
COALITION PARTNERS: Audubon Community Nature Center, Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy, Robert H. Jackson Center, Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, and Zion Covenant Church.
Bring Peace to the Planet; Make Everyday Earth Days