WELCOME TO THE 25th ANNIVERSARY EARTH FLAG
The new Earth Flag is printed and it’s beautiful!
The 25th Anniversary Earth Flag demonstrates the collective resolve of Canadians to reduce their carbon footprint. From Earth Day 2015 until Earth Day 2016, Earth Day Canada encouraged Canadians to pledge their commitment to “Make Earth Day Every Day and Reduce my Carbon Footprint”.
Created using people’s signatures on all kinds of canvases – paper, T-shirts, posters, even superhero capes – mailed in from schools, businesses and communities across Canada, alongside digital signatures through our website, the 25th Anniversary Earth Flag measures 30 x 50 feet in size and features original artwork by renowned Canadian artist Charles Pachter. It includes signatures from Al Gore, Robert Bateman, Elizabeth May and even Prime Minister Justin Trudeau!
The Earth Flag made its official debut on April 15, 2016 at the Green Living Show in Toronto.
ORDER A LIMITED EDITION PRINT OF MOOSE PROUD!
We have a very small number of limited edition prints of ‘Moose Proud’, the iconic image on our 25th anniversary Earth Flag, created by renowned Canadian artist Charles Pachter. If you are interested in purchasing one of these — with all proceeds going toward Earth Day Canada programming — please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-599-1991.
Download the digital version of the 25th anniversary Earth Flag
See the 1992 Earth Flag video
A Piece of History – the 1992 Earth Flag
Created in 1992, the first Earth Flag had 500,000 signatures portraying the commitment of Canadians to protect the planet. Then Prime Minister Brian Mulroney was the final signatory to the Flag before it went to Rio for the Earth Summit where the first international climate accord was signed.
BC Sustainable Energy Alliance
Canadian Association of University Teachers
Citizens Environmental Alliance
Climate Reality Project Canada
Faith and the Common Good
Falls Brook Centre
Gowlings Law Firm
Graduate Students’ Association of the University of Calgary
JEDI (Joint Economic Development Initiative)
Ontario Clean Air Alliance
Sierra Club Canada Foundation
St. Lawrence College
Tapestry Leader – U-hib
University of Toronto at Mississauga Students’ Union
Women in Renewable Energy