Welcome to Carbon Day Events

It’s Official!!!! Carbon Day is an Official Holiday since the House of Representatives and the Senate passed a resolution naming Sept 15 as Carbon Day in the State of Illinois.

Click on some of the links below to see some of the more innovative events to help sponsor, participate in, and to Play a Part in reducing our carbon footprint.

Greenie Awards | Off The Grid Music Tour | Carbon Day Holiday In a Box – Click here to host your own C.D. event

Carbon Day, LLC is a not-for-profit organization that is focused on reducing our individual and collective carbon footprints through varies climate action plans. Carbon Day Events is a division of Carbon Day, LLC that focuses on engaging individuals and businesses to recruit them for the job of making the world a greener place by starting a neighborhood, city, state, or national annual event to increase awareness on lowering carbon emissions. Carbon Day’s First Annual Holiday will be held on September 15th, 2009 to celebrate our commitment to lower mankind’s collective carbon footprint.

Events will be planned throughout the country to educate and encourage people in large cities and small communities alike to Play a PartTM in this effort. Carbon Day is looking for event organizers who share the value system that will lead to a more sustainable world through carbon footprint reduction and energy efficiency initiatives to join and host their own Carbon Day event in their community on September 15th.

If you are interested in Playing a PartTM and hosting an event for the Carbon Day Holiday and need guidance, please view our “Carbon Day Holiday in a Box” which is a step by step guide for a successful Carbon Day event. Carbon Day also requests that you register your event on our website. This allows Carbon Day to be able to track all of the events taking place nationally or even globally.  Please click on the following link to do so http://carbonday.com/events/

If you would like to play a larger part participating with Carbon Day, LLC you can become a partner. The most important benefit of partnering with Carbon Day is building your ability to offset your carbon footprint. For further information and benefits of partnering with Carbon Day, please click on the following link. http://carbonday.com/partners/

Please submit your event below for the world to view and participate in your Carbon Day event.  We truly look forward to saving our world one person at a time.

Contact Information
Contact Name: Jack Gregg
Contact Email: brad@carbonday.com
Contact Phone: 0000000000
Contact Organization: Boston
Event Information
Event Name: Carbon Day Boston
Event Address: Copley Square
Event City: Boston
Event State: Ma
Event Zip: 00000
Event Start: 2010-09-15
Event End: 2010-09-16
Event Description
CARBON DAY – Sept 15th Join us in Copley Square for an open air event showcasing electric vehicles and public information on Wednesday September 15th. Copley Square – Back Bay, on the Boylston Street side of Copley Square. The event will be held from 10 am to 3:00 pm. Personal hybrid and all electric transportation of the near future, from trucks to bicycles, will be on display in Copley Square. Creators, manufacturer’s representatives, and owners will be on hand to answer questions and hand out information about their vehicles. Learn about the future city network of charging infrastructure that will be available as well as what Smart Neighborhoods and the Smart Grid can do. Participants include MIT Electric Vehicle Team, ConVerdant Vehicles, National Grid, Wheego, Vectrix Corp., Segway of Boston, MyBike, and Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources – Clean Cities Coalition. Free to the public, we invite area schools, businesses, and all interested people to come see what your electric personal transportation options look like. Sponsored by Boston University Center for Energy and Environmental Studies and Clean Energy and Environmental Sustainability Initiative jointly with the Electric Vehicle Urban Infrastructure Study (EVUIS).
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