The Far-Reaching Impact of Your Participation
Since our first event in 2011, broad-spectrum participation has been the primary focus of Earth Day Texas. The reason is simple: We may be able to interest everyone in conservation and sustainability if a wide range of entities that are meaningful to everyone are present to personalize the importance of conservation and sustainability.
EDTx encourages organizations that are actively incorporating sustainable practices into their operations to present alongside leading environmental groups. This approach personalizes the connection between production, consumption, and environmental impact while providing attendees with ways to help address important problems.
Exhibitors address a variety of topics that relate to numerous areas of interest in attendees’ personal and professional lives. Topics include how to help save the monarch butterfly, to finding safe and sustainable products for the home, to learning how to order a recycling bin from the city, sourcing sustainable architectural firms or commercial building materials, and understanding what is in the air we breathe.
Each interest area represented may be the deciding factor in someone’s decision to attend, engage, and become inspired by their expanded knowledge of what they can do to make an impact.
We invite those to participate who can demonstrate a strong commitment to: (i) conservation programs, (ii) producing sustainable products or services, (iii) incorporating sustainable practices, or (iv) discussing issues, topics, courses, research, opportunities, or initiatives that are directly related to environmental quality and protection.
We express our gratitude to the many organizations that help us attract incredibly broad audiences and we also hold the world’s largest and most engaging Earth Day.