Environmental Sustainability


Rotary International Adds Environment as a 7th Area of Focus

In June of 2020 both the Rotary Foundation Trustees and Rotary International Board of Directors voted unanimously to add the Environment as Rotary’s New Area of Focus or Cause. Please see the RI Policy Statement to review what projects are eligible for grant funding.

Rotary River Restoration Project

12 Rotary Clubs in District 6600 came together to plant 6600 trees on 61 acres to restore area wetlands – come celebrate the success of this project on September 10th.

Solar Refrigeration Project

District 6600 supported this Global Grant for a community farmers market in the US Virgin Islands, led by a member of ESRAG and Rotarian of the St Thomas East Eco club, Doug White.

Operation Pollination

District 6600 is joining in to support Operation Pollination – a locally led, globally collaborate effort to restore pollinators and to protect against biodiversity decline. Join in the effort today!

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ESRAG, Club Resources & Ideas

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Green Event Tips

Follow this guide when planning your next event to reduce waste in a big way to help the environment

Plant Rich Diet Project

Increasing the amounts of fruits and vegetables we eat is one of the most effective actions we can take to reverse the effects of a warming planet.

Global 15-Day Plant-Rich Diet Challenge

​The Rotary Club of Ann Arbor North has developed the Global 15-Day Plant-Rich Diet Challenge which is recorded here for you to try anytime. Check it out for recipes, cooking demonstrations, and presentations by climate scientists, medical doctors, and nutrition experts.

Plant-Rich Diet Cookbook

​Get the latest edition of the Plant Rich Diet cookbook!

Carbon Footprint Application

Take the first step in in acknowledging your impact with this carbon footprint exercise at footprintcalculator.org

Carbon Footprint Application