Earth Day is a time of honoring our common home and focusing on the importance of its health. As a result of the pandemic, we can see even more clearly how interconnected humanity is to the environment. Starting on Earth Day, Thursday, April 22, and continuing through the weekend until Sunday, April 25, run, walk, or bike 3.1 miles to complete your 5K. Our lives affect the health of the Earth, and the health of the Earth affects our lives. This year, as we look forward to brighter days ahead, GEO has decided to promote our own healthy habits and the health of the natural world around us.
This year we are taking a new route and focusing on all aspects of vehicle electrification. For an entire week in June, GEO and our partners will be touring the state to share the work that is being done, the people who are leading that work, and the opportunities that electric vehicles present.
Green Energy Ohio is pleased to promote opportunities for solar training with our long-time partner, Blue Rock Station. A variety of online and in-person courses are offered through Blue Rock Station, with different price points, requirements, and training goals.
The best way to honor Earth Day is to make changes, take action, and increase awareness! “50 Ways to Honor Earth Day” includes fun experiences and activities, improvements for your office, home, and garden, and opportunities to learn and speak out on important issues. Originally developed as a celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day in 2020, our list has been refreshed and updated for 2021. Set a goal to accomplish as many of them as possible this year!
Located in the renewable energy sector of Austin, Texas, Workrise is the leading workforce management solution for the skilled trades. In addition to training employees for particular business niches, or verticals, Workrise also supports companies in the commercial production space to make their dream projects become a reality.