The Saratoga Springs Public Library and Sustainable Saratoga have created an EcoChallenge team to help spur each of us into action to reverse global warming.
The Drawdown EcoChallenge is a 21-day challenge (April 3-24) focused on reversing global warming – yes, it’s possible! Drawdown EcoChallenge provides the tools and inspiration to turn intention into action, and give participants a fun way and social way to reduce carbon and reverse climate change, one of the biggest threats to our planet and to future generations. Join our team today: https://tinyurl.com/yyhk3kkw
The idea is simple: EcoChallengers – that is you! – follow 4 easy steps
1) Sign up to join the Saratoga Springs EcoChallenge team
2) Choose your own challenges
3) Set your goals for each challenge
4) Take action for three weeks during the month of April (April 3-24).
The social support created by participating with thousands of others, along with friendly competition and earning points for success, help to turn actions into positive habits. The ultimate goal is for EcoChallengers to discover taking action to reduce their impact and improve their communities is simpler than they thought, and more sustainable in the long-term.
Drawdown EcoChallenge inspires participants to renew their commitment to green living.
Drawdown EcoChallenge is free and open to everyone. Sign up today to join the Saratoga Springs team.
We invite anyone looking to make an impact or dive deeper into living sustainably to join the movement at www.drawdown.ecochallenge.org.
The Drawdown EcoChallenge is brought to you by Northwest Earth Institute (NWEI) and Project Drawdown. The Drawdown EcoChallenge closely follows solutions highlighted in Drawdown, a book based on meticulous research that maps, measures, models, and describes solutions to global warming that already exist.