Earth Month X Washington DC

Global Citizen Earth Day

APRIL 18, 2015

11 AM 

WASHINGTON MONUMENT GROUNDS

Timed to coincide with the spring meeting of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund, Global Citizen 2015 Earth Day will bring together global policy makers, finance ministers, environment and development NGOs, industry executives, and high-profile artists. Listen to inspiring speakers and then rock out to live performances by No Doubt, Usher, Fall Out Boy, Train, and more at this all-day event.


Earth Day At The National Zoo

APRIL 22, 2015

10 AM- 1 PM

3001 CONNECTICUT AVENUE

The National Zoo's Sustainability Committee wants to share the zoo's many green achievements with you! Join them for free tours at 11 AM and 1 PM, and activities throughout the day. 


Earth Day-of-Action

April 24, 2015

3 pm-6 pm

blind Whino, 700 Delaware Ave SW

contributed by: The Bharani Effect

Be part of building Aya Organic Garden, one of the city's most unique centers of learning and community impact in urban agriculture. This is a great event for residents, students, and partners to participate in a community-based event to support both the environment and the District's youth.


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Kizz Me for the Environment

April 26, 2015

6 PM-9 PM

Georgetown Waterfront Park, Water Street Northwest

Contributed by: The Bharani Effect

Kizz Me for Humanity organizes social dances in Washington DC to raise awareness for human rights and environmental issues. This event will focus on environmental issues like air quality, clean energy, and a sustainable lifestyle. Dance the night away and then take a break and listen to inspiring speakers. 


US National Arboretum

OPEN MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, 8 AM-5 PM

3501 NEW YORK AVENUE

Take a break from the city in this forest reprieve. The US National Arboretum features all kinds of plants from banzai trees to herb gardens, and even houses original columns from the old US Capitol building.

Jesse Ayala

New York, New York, USA

Developing social good and value-adding products, Ayala seeks to enhance culture and behavior through experiences that address both macro- and micro-level problems. This mantra has led Ayala down an non-traditional career path, linking fashion, technology, performance art, media, education, community building, and design. Ayala has been honored by the Huffington Post and InStyle magazine for innovation and style in the digital new economy. Ayala is the co-founder and Creative Director of Modavanti.com.