YOUR 2019 ENVIRONMENTAL CALENDAR: DATES FOR YOUR CONSERVATION CAMPAIGN
PLANNING, CONSERVATION, COMMUNICATIONS | DECEMBER 4, 2018
Marketing your conservation cause? You’re likely to want to connect up with other global conservation drives, to work together to increase awareness for your particular project.
That means knowing when relevant environmental causes run their campaigns, and planning your own campaign around those dates.
For the LoveGreen team, we’ve highlighted those conservation dates that are our most important, and which offer a nice platform for a conservation communications campaign. Here’s hoping they help you too:
2 February: World Wetlands Day
3 March: World Wildlife Day
17 – 23 March: National Water Week (dates to be confirmed)
18 March: World Recycling Day
21 March: International Day of Forests
22 March: World Water Day
24 March: Earth Hour
22 April: Earth Day
22 May: World Biodiversity Day
5 June: World Environment Day
8 June: World Oceans Day
22 June: World Rainforest Day
11 July: World Population Day
18 July: Nelson Mandela Day
15 September: International Coastal Cleanup Day
22 September: World Rhino Day
27 September: World Tourism Day
4 October: World Animal Day
7 October: World Habitat Day
8 – 14 October: National Marine Week (dates to be confirmed)
13 October: African Penguin Day
24 October International Day of Climate Action
21 November: World Fisheries Day
23 November: Big Birding Day (date to be confirmed)
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