Five Things to Do on Earth Day

Chicago’s Millennium Park, a green project helmed by Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley; featured on an e2 episode that’s screened at TBPAC.

1. See the sun set on Hillsborough river and enjoy an ECO.lution Earth Day screening on the lawn at Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center. The featured selections are three episodes of e2, a new PBS series about sustainable energy innovations.

2. Earth Day in SoHo: 360 Eco Vodka debut and a fundraiser for environmentally sensitive land. 

3. Eat a free-range steak burger and sip a complimentary soy milkshake at Evo’s.  

4. Marvel at the variety of eco-friendly designs at the Trashy Fashion Show in Largo. 

5. Watch: a new episode of the eco-documentary series, Big Ideas for a Small Planet, which offers a glimpse of Generation Y’s habits, attitudes and eco-conciousness (9 p.m.), and the Greening of Southie, about Boston’s first green residential building (9:30 p.m.), both on Sundance Channel; Earth Report: State of the Planet (9 p.m.), about the planet’s current environmental health, and Human Footprint (10 p.m.), which tracks humanity’s consumption of natural resources, both on National Geographic Channel; and Frontline on PBS, which investigates the politics guiding the federal government’s global warming measures, and the stance of local and state governments on the issue.

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