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Join us as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day!

Virtual PCC Earth Week, April 20-24,2020Featured Event: Earth Week Bingo

PCC Earth Week Bingo

We will be raffling off three sustainability prize bags for PCC Bingo players. Submit your completed bingo card to sustainanbility@pcc.edu to enter! A completed card consists of five-in-a-row vertically, diagonally or horizontally. We will also have one grand prize for the first submitted “Blackout Bingo” card (completing all of the actions).

Download the Earth Week Bingo Card and instructions here! (For those using text to voice assistance with the document, ask your reader to jump to page 2 to get the links).

Social Media Campaign: #EarthWeek

Follow @PCC_Sustain on Twitter & Instagram for daily tips, resources and videos + join our Earth Week Instagram Challenge!

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Earth Week Social Media Hashtag Calendar

Virtual Event Calendar

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Other Online Earth Week Resources

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Postponed Events

Due to COVID-19 and PCC’s closure, the below events have been postponed. More details on when these will be rescheduled coming soon.

GPSEN Sustainability Symposium

350 Pacific Warriors, 350PDX Copyright Rick Rappaport 2019

Join us for the 2020 GPSEN Sustainability Symposium: A Call for Action!

Highlighting cutting-edge academic and community sustainability research, projects and solutions, we will focus on regional collaboration, diversity, innovative problem-solving, reflections on the Sustainable Development Goals, and how we can amplify our work through the power of education, networks, and collective impact. Check out the program and register here.

Artists in Action: Hands on Art & Education with the Ghost Net Landscape Project

Artist Emily Miller in residence, Rock Creek Building 5 lobbyArtist Emily Miller

Artist Emily Miller, will facilitate the Ghost Net Landscape, an interactive art installation and performance, in which she will collaborate with the PCC community to transform piles of “ghost net” fishing rope waste into sculptural, tactile basket forms and other collaborative artworks.

Artist and PCC Student, Shelby Silver will display her large scale interactive art installation, We’ve Made Our Bed, which offers to shift hard notions about our oceans. Made from the remnants of 1,000 pounds of reclaimed marine rope and ghost net outside of Building 5. Feel free to climb inside, rest your head and dream of new and wonderful solutions!