Zero Emissions Day

Zero Emissions Day is was established in Nova Scotia, Canada in 2008 with the idea to give the world a break from fossil fuels and to raise awareness about the harm caused by carbon emissions. One day a year, people worldwide attempt to minimize or eliminate their use of fossil fuels like oil, gas and …

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Car Free Day

On 22 September, cities around the world celebrate World Car-Free Day, encouraging motorists to forgo their cars for a day. Going car-free provides numerous benefits to citizens, including decreased air pollution and a safer environment for walking and bicycling.

World Rhino Day

This day is meant to raise awareness about the threat of extinction and challenges that these armored giants are facing today. A few of these threats are poaching for their collagen-filled horns, the loss of their habitat due to growing human development (e.g. agriculture), and loose government enforcement policies that ensure their protection.

World Rabbit Day

International Rabbit Day was founded in 1998 by The Rabbit Charity in the U.K., and it became a significant day to celebrate and spread awareness about rabbit protection and conservation.

World Rivers Day

The World River Day's purpose is to increase public awareness about rivers and to encourage their conservation. Currently, rapid urbanization, fertilizer runoff, and rising temperatures pose a threat to the integrity of rivers.

World Day for Farmed Animals

Created in memory of Ghandi, who believed in treating all living beings with respect, World Farm Animals Day was founded to highlight the poor conditions suffered by some farm animals, and promote awareness in the hope something may be done to improve their lives.

World Habitat Day

Raises awareness through various activities that examine the problems of rapid urbanization and its impact on the environment.  

World Animal Day

On this date, animal life is celebrated in any of its forms, and special events are planned around the world, many relating to environmental protection. Animal blessings are performed at churches, synagogues, and by independent animal chaplains in parks and fields.

World Energy Efficiency Day

The international energy efficiency day aims to raise awareness about reducing energy use through reasonable and sustainable energy use.

World Migratory Bird Day

Brings awareness on conserving migratory birds and their habitats throughout the Western Hemisphere. Bird migration patterns are an indicator for environmental concerns, so their protection is crucial.

World Octopus Day

World Octopus Day celebrates one of the most distinctive creatures living on the planet today: the octopus.  This eight-legged, mysterious creature from under the sea has always been one that brings with it a load of fascination for its intelligence, mobility, and beauty.

Natural Disaster Reduction day

The International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction as a means of promoting a global culture of natural disaster reduction that encompasses prevention, mitigation and preparedness.