Carbon Day is looking for event coordinators and volunteers who just came off successful Earth day and Arbor Day events to proudly host events that will help educate the public about HOW TO LOWER YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT and to help reduce carbon emissions.

Events can be tree planting events, clean up type events, or any event that will help educate the public of how to reduce carbon emissions and their own carbon footprint.

Carbon Day’s objective is to involve every walk of life to join them in making the world a greener place by starting a neighborhood, city, state, or even national annual event to plant trees. Carbon Day’s goal is to continuously plant trees daily, monthly, and annually to replenish the planet’s resources and increase them exponentially.

Foresters and municipalities all across America are putting their efforts behind Carbon Day as an alternative to Earth day or Arbor Day as the fact that we will plant the trees in the Fall, which will save the Earth Trillions of gallons of water as they will need less water then if planted in the spring.

Carbon Day would also like it if you would volunteer to register the trees you or anybody else has planted on Earth Day, Arbor day or any day in our international tree registry. We will be able to keep track of every tree that is planted and to follow the growth to gauge the effects on the environment each year. Foresters and local municipalities also have access to the information so they can see what is being planted in their backyards.

For more information about Carbon Day’s mission or to find other ways you can help, log on to Carbon Day’s website at:  and fill out the contact form or send email to

To register your tree online please click the link below:



Tree Facts

• Two mature trees provide enough oxygen for a family of four.
• One acre of trees removes 2.6 tons of CO2 per year.
• About one third of the United States of America is covered by forests
• The average tree in an urban area has a life expectancy of only 8 years.
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