Hands down, Earth Day is the largest secular event in the world -- and more people join in every year. Men, women and children will haul garbage, clean up coral reefs and mountain trails, show movies, sign petitions, march to solve the climate crises, hold town hall meetings to plan a better future, or rally to save the great apes, dwindling tigers, embattled elephants and other threatened species. More than 100 million schoolchildren around the world will learn about the importance of clean air and water; thousands of federal, state, and local governments will issue reports about their environmental achievements and records and make pledges to improve their environmental performance and invest in green technology.
Balboa Park is the largest free annual environmental fair in the world.
Produced by 400 volunteers, EarthFair 2013 will feature more than 300 exhibitors, special theme areas, a Food Pavilion, a special Children's Activity Area, five entertainment venues, the Children’s Earth Parade, the EARTh Gallery art show, and the Cleaner Car Concourse.
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Venue: Balboa Park