2020 marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. And because of COVID, we are holding the 5th annual Berkshire Earth Expo virtually. From November 1 through 14, Berkshire Museum will host the climate and nature-related work of Berkshire students, artists, engaged neighbors, and non-profits online.

The scope and speed of climate change can be overwhelming. Acting, listening and learning together helps make our community stronger.   

The Cooler Communities Challenge will be everyone’s opportunity during the first two weeks of November to channel our inspiration and concern into action for all ages, backgrounds and pocketbooks. Follow us on facebook for updates as we get closer to the date!

 

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What will the actual Earth Expo be about?

The Berkshire Earth Expo is a meeting- place around climate resilience, energy efficiency and environmental action for the whole community. In collaboration with many community partners, it features Berkshire students’ work and art on climate change, workshops, webinars, and the Cooler Communities Challenge, a platform that enables us to pledge and track actions we can take in our homes and community.  

The scope and speed of climate change can be overwhelming. Acting, listening and learning together helps make our community stronger.   

Stay connected on our facebook page!

 

FOR QUESTIONS OR TO PARTICIPATE, PLEASE CONTACT: Uli Nagel, uli@livingthechangeberkshires.com   Ph: 413.329.3514