The Clean Air Council hosts three major events throughout the year. In late April (around Earth Day) its the Run for Clean Air at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. In early September, we put on Philadelphia’s largest environmental street festival, Greenfest Philly, at Headhouse Square. And in October our newest event, Dine Out for the Environment, takes place at sustainable restaurants throughout the region. Additionally, this year on November 9th 2017, the Council is celebrating it’s 50th Anniversary!
In addition to the major events we put on, the Council regularly attends rallies, festivals, and other community gatherings to get out the word about clean air and a healthy environment. Check out our calendar to see where we’ll be next!
Greenfest Philly is the region’s largest environmental festival and street fair. Since 2006, this popular event in early September provides a unique opportunity for 10,000-20,000 attendees to learn how to live life a little greener and healthier. Click here to learn more about Greenfest.
For over 35 years, Clean Air Council has held the Run for Clean Air in Philadelphia to celebrate Earth Day. The Run for Clean Air is one of the region’s longest-running charity races and its largest Earth Day event. Click here to learn more about the Run.
Dine Out for the Environment is a fundraising event for Clean Air Council that takes place at Philadelphia’s most sustainable restaurants. Now in its third year, Dine Out for the Environment gives haven to Philadelphia’s hungry environmentalists and eco-compassionates alike with a list of restaurants that are in line with their green values. Click here to learn more about Dine Out for the Environment.
The Clean Air Council is turning 50 this year! Click here to learn all of the details about our celebration on November 9th at R2L in Center City Philadelphia as well as progress on the Council’s 5oth Anniversary fundraiser the Legal Victory Fund
The Council is routinely involved in other events in the region. Click here to see our calendar and where we’ll be in the future.