Green Living

How to Celebrate Earth Week

Get ready to make Mother Earth smile during Earth Week with these planet-pleasing ideas!

Earth Week is a time to celebrate our planet and take action to protect it. We’ve collected a few ideas to make a positive impact on the planet this Earth Week.  

Volunteer at a Local Community Garden 

One way to celebrate Earth Week is to volunteer at a local community garden. Community gardens provide a space for people to grow their own food, connect with nature, and build community. By volunteering at a community garden, you can help maintain the garden and support local food production.   

Go to a Vintage Market 

Another way to celebrate Earth Week is to go to a vintage market. Vintage markets offer a wide variety of secondhand goods, from clothing to furniture to home decor. By shopping at a vintage market, you can reduce your carbon footprint by reusing and repurposing items instead of buying new ones. 

Make a Donation to a Local Environmental Organization 

If you want to support environmental causes in your community, consider making a donation to a local environmental organization. These organizations work to protect natural resources, advocate for policies that promote sustainability, and educate the public about environmental issues. 

Support Sustainable Businesses 

Supporting sustainable businesses is another way to celebrate Earth Week. Look for businesses that minimize plastic-waste, prioritize sustainability, and are committed to producing low-carbon products. By supporting these businesses, you can help promote sustainability and reduce your impact on the environment. 

Plant Native Wildflowers 

Planting native wildflowers is a great way to celebrate Earth Week and support local ecosystems. Native wildflowers provide food and habitat for pollinators, such as bees and butterflies, and help to maintain biodiversity. You can even try making your own wildflower seed balls!  

Watch an Educational Documentary on Climate Change 

Educating yourself about climate change is an important step in taking action to protect the environment. Watching an educational documentary on climate change can help you better understand the causes and consequences of climate change, as well as the steps we can take to address it. Check out Kiss The Ground or An Inconvenient Truth! 

Rent a Book from Your Local Library 

If you're interested in learning more about environmental issues, consider renting a book from your local library. Many libraries offer a wide selection of books on topics such as climate change, sustainability, and conservation. Plus, by renting a book from the library, you are supporting a more climate-friendly way of reading! 

Sign Up for a Free Sustainability Course from the United Nations 

The United Nations is offering free courses on sustainability! Check out their sustainable living challenge, a six-week course that will teach you about the impact of your lifestyle across food, housing, mobility, consumption, and more. Deadline to sign up is May 5!  

Get the FutureCard to Start Saving on Sustainable Purchases 

Finally, consider getting the FutureCard to start saving on sustainable purchases! It’s the best way to pay in the sustainable economy. Sign up for a FutureCard here.


There are many ways to celebrate Earth Week and take action to protect the environment – whether you choose to volunteer at a community garden, support sustainable businesses, or plant native wildflowers, every action counts. By working together, we can create a more sustainable future for ourselves and for generations to come.