Earth Day Recap Celebration at the Arlington Theater

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Update by the Community Environmental Council

Earth Day, Every Day

Earth Day is always a special celebration, but after two years of virtual gatherings, the joy of being together in person was palpable. Every day, the team at Community Environmental Council pushes for a whole community approach to climate action, and this celebration gives space for opportunities to share ideas, enthusiasm, and ways to make a difference.

We enjoyed seeing each of you at Earth Day and hope you will join us in taking climate action in your homes and communities. Stay connected via email and CEC's social media profiles to see all of the ways you can make a difference in your community. After all, Earth Day is every day.

2022 Earth Day Mural!

This year's mural winner was Maria Arroyo. Her vision became a reality thanks to Slingshot, a not-for-profit progressive arts studio that supports artists with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Santa Barbara.

We want to thank the Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara and Paseo Nuevo for their partnership this year. Make sure to visit the top level of the Paseo Nuevo parking structure to see the mural in person!

See Slingshot's Instagram for some behind-the-scenes footage of the process!

See all the Earth Day photos

Our Environmental Heroes

CEC's UC Climate Stewards

You too can join the ranks of these Environmental Heroes who completed our 40-hour certification course by applying for Community Environmental Council's next cohort starting on May 4!

Learn more and apply

More ways to lean into bold climate action

Electric Cars For Earth – Now - Sunday, May 8
Join this FREE contest to learn about electric cars, how they save you money on expensive gas, and how you can save thousands of dollars when you get one. As a bonus, there are prizes! Compete for an Apple iPad, a $250 gift card, and more. Join today!

SBCAG Presents: CycleMAYnia – Tuesday, May 3 - Tuesday, May 31
In person and online
Experience the joys of biking with rides and events throughout CycleMAYnia Bike Month. Don't forget to join the EZBike Challenge 2022: Bike 8 days in May and you could win an e-bike! See all events.

Central Coast Carbon Sequestration & Offset Webinar Series: Carbon Markets: Demand-side Considerations – Wednesday, May 4
3:30 – 5:00 p.m. PST
Learn about demand-side considerations of the carbon offset market through the perspectives of a local government, a university and a project developer. Register here.

Central Coast Carbon Sequestration & Offset Webinar Series: Carbon Markets: Holistic and Integrated Projects and Stewardship – Wednesday, May 11
3:30 – 5:00 p.m. PST
Explore the opportunities and challenges that carbon removal and sequestration projects can yield. Register here.

Central Coast Carbon Sequestration & Offset Webinar Series: Bringing It Together – Wednesday, May 18
3:30 – 5:00 p.m. PST
This interactive webinar will offer series participants the opportunity to engage in an open discussion and debrief their key takeaways from the previous sessions. Register here.

Santa Ynez Chumash Earth Day 2022 – Saturday, May 21
10:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Kitiyepumu' Park
100 Via Juana Road, Santa Ynez, California
Invest in the Earth and enjoy family fun, local vendors, raffle prizes and food. First 150 people to register at the event will receive a swag bag! Bring your gently used clothing items for a clothing swap.

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Visit us at cecsb.org/donate or learn more about how you can impact our future with a planned gift at cec.pub/legacy.


By Joe DeLise

Earth Day at the Arlington.

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Luvaduck Apr 29, 2022 07:05 PM
Earth Day Recap Celebration at the Arlington Theater

There have been a number of events recently that may have been covid spreaders, but I don't see a way to check that out. It would be useful information, at least useful to me since I would figure the kind of events that trigger that and only avoid those.

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