ORLANDO, Fla. — The City of Orlando celebrated Earth Day outside of City Hall on Friday.
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and other community members hosted the event to educate residents about the city’s sustainability initiatives, including zero waste, clean energy, transportation and water.
“Were probably one of the most sustainable cities in the southeastern United States,” Dyer said. “So today is a day to call awareness to that. And to celebrate and to make sure that everyone is doing their part.”
Orlando’s “Earth Day Work Day” is a sustainability fair that features games, giveaways, vendors, and music.
Earth Day Work Day is sponsored by the Downtown Development Board, Piedmont Office Realty Trust and Impress Ink.
The event is part of the city’s efforts to enhance resident’s quality of life, generate diverse economic growth, and create equitable access to resources and services for the entire Orlando community.
More information on Earth Day Work Day can be found here.
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