June 11, 2009 by carbonday  
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Carbon Day Welcomes all comments and suggestions on how we can improve our message.

Please be patient as we try and answer the inquiries in the order that we receive them.

We are always looking for qualified and responsible individuals or groups who would like to sponser or hold an event on Carbon Day which is Sept 15.

Please direct all correspondence to the correct party listed below.


Carbon Day Events or to volunteer in other ways
363 W. Erie Suite 400-W
Chicago, IL 60654

Phone: 312.275.5747
Fax: 312.276.4855


Carbon Day Automotive – If you would like information on how to purchase an electric vehicle charging station or to become a qualified reseller.

363 W. Erie Suite 400-W
Chicago, IL 60654

For Media Requests please contact:

Jane Kaplan Communications
400 Park Avenue, Suite D
Highland Park, IL 60035

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2 Responses to “Contact”
  1. Marilyn says:

    The single-most effective way we can reduce our carbon footprint is to shift to a plant-based diet. Raising livestock for food contributes more to global warming than all the cars and trucks on the road in the US. Check out the 2006 UN report, “Livestock’s Long Shadow.” Also, view the documentary, “Meat the Truth.”

  2. Chris Mest says:

    As a certified arborist, I am glad to see any effort to increase the planting of trees. I would like to see you stress the importance of keeping those trees healthy through proper tree care. A tree that is planted but does not survive is not going to reduce any carbon. A tree that is not healthy will not reduce as much as it should.

    Thank you,

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