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e4 Sustainability Series

e4 Life | Green,
Health & Wellness Expo

at the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium

July 23 - 10am-4pm

In partnership with the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium, the Expo features fun and educational activities for the family–all promoting a healthy lifestyle.

Activities include:

•Gardening workshops •Healthy food prep demos
•Information on: Carbon footprint reduciton, and energy and water efficiency
•Rain barrel workshop with FREE rain barrels to WPB residents who attend
•FREE Planetarium shows •FREE trees for WPB residents
•And more!

Plus, check out RFG's Lamborgreenie Electric Car!

City of West Palm Beach residents receive a 50% discount on admission.

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Getting There – e4 Life | Green, Health & Wellness Expo
South Florida Science Center and Aquarium
(click adress above for Google Maps)


Brief History of the e4 Sustainability Summit

On February 25, 2009, the City of West Palm Beach invited the general public — focusing on local citizens, business owners and employees — and City officials and employees to meet for a day of engaging speakers and strategic planning. Over 400 people gathered with the aim of ensuring that the City’s future is prosperous and healthy for all of its residents and workers. Reducing our carbon footprint is a vital component of accomplishing this objective. However, doing so requires a common vision for the future of West Palm Beach. The first e4 Summit was a significant step towards this vision — a grassroots effort to build consensus on issues, and, then set a shared agenda to address these issues. The 2009 summit provided the foundation upon which the City continues to build its sustainable culture. Public participation is essential in determining what a sustainable future means for the City of West Palm Beach. Using the results of the summit, input from other neighborhood/community workshops, along with the City’s Green Task Force, recommendations were developed culminating in a detailed sustainable initiatives report, which was later adopted by the City Commission in the Summer of 2010.

More on past E4 Series Events and Sponsors here!