Today’s Earth Day post is sponsored by ClimateStore. All opinions shared are my own.
Happy Earth Day friends. While everyday should be Earth Day, today gives us a moment to pause and appreciate the resources we need to take care of. This year I’m partnering with ClimateStore to help them promote their message of reducing our carbon footprint. As the kids learned about Earth Week at school, it was fun to have conversations with them about using less water, turning lights off and recycling more items around the house.
ClimateStore has committed to donating 10% of Earth Week (April 20-27) proceeds to the Solar Electric Light Fund (SELF). This fund helps setup solar energy systems in poverty stricken areas around the world. Learning more about how hard it is for people to access water and electricity around the world, I am impressed with the Solar Electric Light Fund’s endeavor to create a renewable resource solution.
- 2010 earthquake in Haiti, SELF solar installations helped power eight health centers.
- In Benin, SELF built a solar irrigation system so that families could grow food in a sustainable, empowering way.
- SELF is currently working on a project to help provide lighting to schools in rural Columbia.
Head on over to ClimateStore and check out their newest items and help support a worthy cause. Everyday should be Earth Day and you can make a difference with your consumer purchases. Remember it’s time for Mother’s Day purchases, gardening maintenance, new yard lights after this winter’s wrath and water preservation. Happy Earth Day!
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About Emily Roach
Emily Roach is a culinary nutrition expert and works with clients to create a healthy lifestyle design. She loves teaching her kids how to cook, playing tennis and inspiring women to take control of their health. Emily does one-on-one consulting, cooking workshops and speaking engagements.