4 Ways To Celebrate Earth Day In Silicon Valley This Year

The Editors | April 16, 2021 | Lifestyle Feature

Here's our list of some of the best things to do on on Earth Day 2021 in Silicon Valley, including outdoor activities for kids and the whole family.

Take a road trip in an RV

As road trips soar in popularity, a new breed of posh recreational vehicles emerges to help luxury travelers hit the highway in style. With air travel still at a trickle, it’s boom time for the great American road trip—and for RVs, which have been selling out across the nation as cooped-up U.S. residents take to the highways for adventure. Admire the natural beauty that sorrounds us for the perfect earth day activity.

Shop sustainable luxury at The RealReal

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The concept was born out of an epiphany—that, fittingly, occurred while out shopping with a girlfriend. Founder Julie Wainwright started the venture at her kitchen table in 2011, and the startup has blossomed into a full-fledged movement driven by an increased interest in sustainable fashion. Be sure to stop by their posh new Palo Alto store.

Grab an organic bite from Pasta Moon

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Kim Levin opened Pasta Moon with the intention of keeping herself busy and enjoying the coastal lifestyle. More than 30 years later, the Italian kitchen is a go-to thanks to its innovative menus and locally sourced organic ingredients. After reopening for dine-in service in October, Pasta Moon continues to prove that it’s here to stay.

Check into The Ritz-Carlton, Half Moon Bay

This is the best place to truly enjoy the area' natural beauty. The hotel now offers contactless services from check-in to check-out along with increased cleaning and distancing to assure guests of safety throughout their stay. Half Moon Bay’s incomparable fine dining restaurants off er an array of seafood and inventive, artisan cocktails to enjoy while gazing at the picturesque sunset that melts into the crashing waves each evening. The true beauty of it all is that you can live the reverie over again when the sun rises the next day.



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