Air and Water
Jillian

Earth Car Free Day will be the largest sustainable transport demonstration that has ever taken place.

Cars pollute our air, cause asthma and other serious respiratory ailments, and heat up the planet. It's time to make a global statement and tell leaders everywhere that we need a transition to better transportation options and a clean energy future

India, Luxembourg, Hong Kong, Nepal, Pakistan, Singapore, Taiwan, Australia, Czech Republic, United Kingdom, Argentina, United States, Moldova, Chile, Iran, and Nigeria are some of the countries in which Earth Car Free Day events are being planned.

Find event information or contact the organizing groups by searching in the appropriate geographical region in the event or network group directory.

Do Your Part For information on the different ways in which you can get involved visit www.carfreeday.com, the site of our coordinating partner, The Commons

Pledge to leave your car at home for Earth Day 2001! This small action, when added to thousands of other similar commitments from citizens around the world, will send a very powerful message.

Learn about your watershed. Start by using the Watershed Information Network (WIN) to find your watershed address and learn about its environmental health. Other useful sites include Surf Your Watershed, the Watershed Atlas, Envirofacts and Enviromapper. Also be sure to check out EPA's Wetlands web page to learn about the importance of wetlands.