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Interested in upcoming Philadelphia Sustainable or Green Events?

Browse the calendar below to find something that strikes your fancy:

*Want to have your event listed? Send us an email at greenphillyblog (at) gmail (dot) com. Gmail or Outlook calendar invites are also much appreciated and speed up the process!


6 Responses to Philly Sustainability-Events Calendar

  1. Katie McChesney says:

    Hey I am the new organizer in Philly for the state of PA. I wanted to let you know about the speaking tour coming to Philly on Nov. 17th called Do the Math. The tour consists of Bill McKibben and friends along with live music and entertainment carrying forward the notion that timing is running out, so we need to get serious about climate change. Below is a link to the event, tickets are $10 each and free for students. Students can contact me directly about tickets. Hope this makes it onto the calendar!

  2. Beth says:

    Hi, Katie! Yes, we will certainly add the Do the Math event to the calendar. Thanks for reaching out, and hope to connect more in the near future :)

  3. Jude Press says:

    Hi Katie,
    That’s great that Bill will be here talking to Philly. Our green store, is right down the block :)
    Also, note we have a monthly Green Drinks that Thursday night , which is attended by many environmental professionals and concerned citizens.
    Beth, Please note new time and place:
    6-8pm Fado Irish Pub 1500 Locust st.
    (still the ‘third thursday’ of every month.)

  4. I will be speaking at the Philadelphia Green Hospitality Assn. luncheon on April 2nd. Tower Gardens are a sustainable initiative developed at Epcot that provide urban opportunities to grow healthy produce on rooftops and sidewalks….Visit to learn more.
    or contact me at for more info….

  5. Sara says:

    Hi there, I just wanted to let you know that Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative’s Spring/Summer CSA program is accepting applications until April 23rd. We are a cooperative of small farms in and around Lancaster county and offer fresh organic produce to communities in and around Philadelphia. Eating locally produced, organic food is a great way to reduce your environmental impact and help ensure that farmland can stay farmland and in the hands of our 80+ small farmers.

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