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Welcome to ESRAG!

Welcome to the Environmental Sustainability Rotary Action Group (ESRAG)!

We formed ESRAG to empower members of the Rotary Family worldwide to take actions to sustain our environment, particularly to stabilize our climate.  

ESRAG provides an organizing point and informational resources to share information with clubs and communities about sustainable practices and the global humanitarian crisis of climate change.

Our action model:  Identify environmental leaders within the Rotary world, assist them in initiating environmental service projects that are meaningful to THEM, help where we can, and acknowledge and publicize their awesome work.

How can you help ESRAG?

Do you have skills to offer ESRAG?   Whether you are a leader with a passion to share, or want to contribute as a part-time volunteer, ESRAG has a place for you. 

Here are some places you can help:

  • Become active in your ESRAG Regional Chapter
  • Provide support for the ESRAG website
  • Work with the Projects Team to curate and support communication with Rotarians who have submitted Environmental Sustainability projects
  • Contribute to ESRAG's Newsletter in one or more ways, e.g.,
    • Submit an article (see ESRAG's Editorial Policy)
    • Submit a photo
    • Serve as Newsletter Editor
    • Volunteer as a member of the Editorial Pool
  • Post to social media like Instagram, Facebook and Twitter
  • Welcome new members
  • Lead or participate in Local and Regional Chapters

Use the button below to tell us your areas of interest!

ESRAG Volunteer Application

RYLA 2018 in Uganda - Each of the 700 participants planted a tree to celebrate Mission Green

Rotary Club of Mumbai Bandra Kurla partnered with the Rotaract Club of Mumbai Bandra Kurla and the Department of Forestry of Maharastra State in India to plant 10,000 trees in Kuthal Village, Palghar District 


Participants in the ESRAG Strategy and Tree Planting Workshop, Atlanta, Georgia, June, 2017

How can ESRAG help you?

Members have access to additional resources, and may post their projects directly to the Project Partners Web Forum.  Check out the For ESRAG Members webpage.

Did you know that Rotary Action Group membership is "open to Rotarians, their family members as well as participants and alumni of all Rotary and The Rotary Foundation programs?" 

If you are not yet a member,  join today  and invite your Rotary colleagues, too!

We look forward to collaborating with you to bring Rotary's 'Service above Self' ethic to solving environmental problems.

The ESRAG Leadership Team


Dream Footprint:  ESRAG and Me

What's Your Dream?

Carole Keeley ESRAG Strategic Planning Workshop Vancouver February 2018

Carole Keeley's dream footprints for ESRAG and herself, ESRAG Strategic Planning Workshop, February 11, 2018, Vancouver, BC, with permission

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