Earth Week



UC Berkeley Earth Week 2015 will be held April 19th-April 26th.
Efforts are organized by the Student Environmental Resource Center and Environmental & Sustainability Student Organizations,
with support from campus and community partners.

-Use #calearthweek on social media. Invite your friends on Facebook!

-Read the SERC Blog post: Living Our Values- Earth Week 2015.

-Download the print calendar (pdf).

(Logo and print calendar designed by Amanda Blauvelt, ASUC Student Union Marketing)


Earthweek_FullCalendarSaturday, April 18 

  • Courtesy Post: Earth Day at the David Brower Center, 12-6PM
    • Join the David Brower Center for its first-ever Earth Day celebration, a fun-filled afternoon of community learning opportunities, family art activities, hands-on workshops, live music, and delicious organic food–all focused on protecting and honoring the planet we call home.
    • Free, $10 suggested donation
    • David Brower Center, 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA 94704
    • Sponsored by David Brower Center, Nutiva, Dharma Merchant Services, Downtown Berkeley Association, Yelp, Berkeleyside, Aurora Catering, Swanky Catering & Events, The Red Door Catering & Event Planning, and Andronico’s Community Markets

Sunday, April 19

Monday, April 20

  • Earth Week on Telegraph (4/20-4/25)
    • Sponsored by Telegraph Green Business Project
  • SPROUTS on Sproul: Zero Waste Games, Trivia & Prizes, 11AM-2PM
  • Win your own Reusable Jar!, 12PM-1PM
  • BicyCAL Bicycle Cooperative Open Hours, 12-3PM
  • Clean Plate, Clean Planet, 5-9PM
    • Engage with Cal Dining Sustainability Team who will be providing education on the post-consumer food waste created daily in the dining halls, and helping students better plan what to eat in order to avoid food waste.
    • All Cal Dining Dining Halls
    • Sponsored by Cal Dining Sustainability Team & Cal Dining
  • Student-Led Initiatives Panel, 6-8PM
  • Film Screening of “Interstellar” and Raffle, 6-9:30PM
  • Courtesy Post: Community Choice Energy Panel Discussion, 7pm
    • Learn about the County’s plans to create a not-for-profit Community Choice Energy program with the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, create green jobs and provide stable electricity rates for Berkeley and other Alameda County communities. This educational event is open to the public, free of charge and wheelchair accessible. For more information contact
    • Panelists:
      • Shawn Marshall, Executive Director of LEAN Energy, former mayor of Mill Valley and former Vice-Chair of Marin Clean Energy
      • Jess Dervin-Ackerman, Conservation Program Manager at Sierra Club San Francisco Bay Chapter
      • Woody Hastings, Renewable Energy Implementation Manager at Climate Protection Campaign, Sonoma County Community Choice campaigner
      • Luis Amezcua, Community Choice Energy Working Group, Berkeley Climate Action Coalition
    • Moderator: Kira Stoll, Sustainability Manager, UC Berkeley
    • David Brower Center, 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA
    • Sponsored by Berkeley Climate Action Coalition & David Brower Center


Tuesday, April 21


Wednesday, April 22

  • 12th Annual CACS Sustainability Summit, 12:30-2:30PM
  • Courtesy Post: Volunteer Day, 10am-2pm
    • Leadership Opportunity for UC Berkeley students to host students from local K-12 schools in planting the children’s garden. Contact
    • Gill Tract Community Farm at San Pablo Ave & Marin Ave
    • Sponsored by the Gill Tract Community Farm
  • BicyCAL Bicycle Cooperative Open Hours, 12-3PM
  • Sustainably Delicious Dinner, 5-9PM
    • Featuring Local Dishes, Cheeses, and Fruits
    • All Cal Dining Locations
    • Sponsored by Cal Dining Sustainability Team & Cal Dining
  • “Turn Down for Watt” Earth Hour Educational Event with Raffle, Screen printing, & Food, 6-7PM


Thursday, April 23


Friday, April 24


Saturday, April 25

  • UC Berkeley attends CSSC Spring Convergence, All Day
  • Inaugural Clark Kerr Garden Work Event, 11AM-2PM
    • Work in the garden and help bring more locally grown produce and herbs to UC Berkeley!
    • Clark Kerr Garden
    • Sponsored by Cal Dining Sustainability Team & Cal Dining
  • Courtesy Post: Permaculture Action Tour, 10AM-5PM
    • Gill Tract Community Farm at San Pablo Ave & Marin Ave
    • Sponsored by Permaculture Action Tour and The Polish Ambassador


Sunday, April 26

  • UC Berkeley attends CSSC Spring Convergence, All Day
    • Loyola Marymount University
  • Courtesy Post: Gill Tract Community Farm 1-Year Birthday Party! 12PM-5PM
    • Gill Tract Community Farm at San Pablo Ave & Marin Ave
    • Volunteer opportunity – contact
  • Open Gardening Hours, 10AM-2PM with Gardening Workshop 12-3PM
    • Student Organic Garden
    • Sponsored by SOGA

Special thanks to the Earth Week Planning Committee: 
Allie Lalor, Brandon Wong, Jordan French, Vania Fong, Maggie Hardy, Naomi Primero, Pallavi Sherikar, Cheryl Ching, Sharon Daraphonhdeth, Katherine Walsh.

Special thanks to Student Organizations: ASUC Senator Haley Broder’s Office, ASUC Sustainability Team (STeam), Bay Area Environmentally Aware Consulting Network (BEACN), Berkeley Energy and Resources Collaborative Undergrad (BERCU), Berkeley Organization for Animal Advocacy (BOAA), Berkeley Student Food Collective (BSFC), BicyCAL, Building Sustainability at Cal (BS@C), Cal Dining Sustainability Team, California Student Sustainability Coalition (CSSC), CALPIRG, Environmental Coalition (ECO), Extreme Energy Extraction in the XXI Century Decal, Fossil Free Cal, Global Environmental Theme House (GETH), Panhellenic Council, PowerSave Campus, Residential Sustainability Program (RSP), Strawberry Creek Restoration DeCal, Student Organic Gardening Association (SOGA), Students Against Fracking, Telegraph Green Business Project, and Words of the Watershed Journal.

Special thanks to Campus and Community Organizations: ASUC Student Union Marketing and Event Services, Berkeley Art Studio, Berkeley Climate Action Coalition, Cal Dining, Campus Recycling and Refuse Services (CRRS), Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Sustainability, David Brower Center, Gill Tract Community Farm, Facilities Services, Office of Sustainability & Energy, Planet Earth Arts, Residential & Student Service Programs, Soil Not Oil Coalition, Student Environmental Resource Center (SERC), & The Green Initiative Fund (TGIF).