Environmental Action Group
The D7910 Environmental Action Group
Together we seek to address the climate crisis and pollution, and protect the environment for current and future generations as the ultimate expression of Service Above Self. 

SPECIAL resources                                                                                                                                                 

Click HERE to access ESRAG's library of Project Presenations.
Need some project ideas?  Start here!
Click HERE for Eco organizations & experts
Want to add something to the list? Email Missy Hollenback at Environment.d7910@gmail.com.
Click HERE to visit the ESRAG page.
 Click HERE to visit Citizen's Climate Lobby
Click HERE to watch Climate Cafes recordings 
Click HERE to visit the Rotary Climate Action Team (RCAT)  Page
Click HERE to learn about D7910's EAG Special Project SOULAR JAZZ FESTIVAL!


Environmental Sustainability Rotary Action Group (ESRAG) is the group of Rotarians who were instrumental in getting “Supporting The Environment” recognized as an Area of Focus. Their experience, expertise, and organization will be great resources including webinars.

Citizen's Climate Lobby is a Rotarian-founded, bipartisan organization that builds political will to pass national & local climate solutions.

The Rotary Climate Action Team Network offers Rotary clubs a resource to: 1) foster Action Teams; 2) educate Rotarians about the crisis; 3) share projects and contacts; and 4) link to multiple resources across Rotary and with Rotary partners.

For more information contact either co-chair:

Susan Peghiny (left) and District Governor Elect Elliott Rittenberg (right).


The District 7910 Environmental Action Group Mission Statement

Our mission is to educate and inspire Rotarians, Rotaractors and others to effect change in themselves and their communities. We support and implement projects that mitigate or reduce the impact of the climate crisis & pollution. Through our resources & guidance we encourage collaboration & leadership, and embrace our responsibility as stewards for life on earth.



“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”  

Margaret Mead