Buy Nothing Day

Buy Nothing Day is an international day of protest against consumerism. In North America, the United Kingdom, Finland and Sweden, Buy Nothing Day is held the day after U.S. Thanksgiving, concurrent to Black Friday; elsewhere, it is held the following day, which is the last Saturday in November.

World Moose Day

Every year, Moose Day is celebrated to raise awareness for these grand antlered animals. Overheating and tick infestation contribute to moose disease susceptibility and are all linked to warming temperatures. In North America, the Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Rocky Mountain National Park, and more are places where you can observe moose.

World Fox Day

The World Fox Day is celebrated on January 26 every year! It is important that citizens refrain from capturing or keeping this wild animal as a pet, since they are not domesticated and keeping them in captivity affects both the species and the ecosystems.

International Zebra Day

Due to increasing human development, Zebra habitats are decreasing. Ultimately, contributing to the endangerment of these gentle, beautiful creatures. This celebratory day highlights the importance to protect Zebras and their environment.

World Wetlands Day

Reaffirm the protection and importance of wetlands, which are delicate environments of plant life and organisms found within water bodies. They abundantly bring health not only to their aqueous ecosystem, but to the entire environment.

World Bonobo Day

Celebrated the same day as Valentines Day, naturally Bonobos are loving, playful apes and "are one of nature’s ambassadors of peace." That said, these gentle animals are endangered, largely due to human activities, so this day highlights the the struggles these animals face and how to protect them.

World Hippo Day

World Hippo Day reminds us to celebrate and value these mud-loving mammals, in the hope that they’ll be around for many more years to come.Drought has led to habitat loss, and the hunting and poaching of hippos, both for their meat and ivory teeth, is also a major threat.

International Polar Bear Day

International Polar Bear Day raises awareness about the impact of global warming and reduced sea ice on polar bear populations. The day encourages people to find ways to reduce their carbon output, such reducing beef consumption, having an energy efficient home insulation, or driving less.

World Panda Day

Every year on March 16, we celebrate the fluffiest, bamboo-munching bears that are a source of national pride for China. As of 2019, due to rapidly growing population numbers, the status of pandas was upgraded from “endangered” species to “vulnerable” species.

World Sparrow Day

This day is celebrated to raise awareness of the rapidly declining sparrow population. The sparrow is a beautiful bird species that used to reside in cities. However, as humans have become more disconnected with nature and biodiversity they are close to extinction.

Florida Panther Day

Save the Florida Panther Day aims to preserve this rare component of Florida’s diverse natural resources as a legacy to generations of Floridians yet to come.

World Water Day

World Water Day celebrates water and raises awareness of the 2.2 billion people living without access to safe water. It is about taking action to tackle the global water crisis. A core focus of World Water Day is to support the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 6: water and sanitation for all by 2030.