There’s been another disappointing turn of events here in Washington. President Obama’s new budget proposal to Congress seeks to eliminate funding for the Environmental Education Program at EPA, the Environmental Literacy Grants program at the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the Bay-Watershed Education Training initiative also at NOAA.Read More
With a little over 40 days before Earth Day 2012, the focus on bringing the world together to Mobilize the Earth™ for environmental justice is on everyone’s mind. But we must not forget that one of the most important international conferences of our generation is just a short two months after April 22nd.Read More
To celebrate International Women's Day, Kathleen Rogers, President of Earth Day Network, explains why it is imperative to the green economy for women to be at the forefront.
"The stark fact is that almost all green-revolution investors and decision-makers — those who are defining and designing the green economy — are from a single demographic: men. International Women’s Day, March 8, presents a timely and important opportunity to examine why women should be leaders in the green economy.Read More
For Earth Day 2012, Earth Day Network is working closely with various groups of faith who are part of the Interfaith Moral Action on Climate Change Coalition. Several religious groups and their supporters, including Earth Day Network, have signed onto a statement that outlines a call to action to climate change.Read More
Just as Congress was busy putting the kibosh on useful transportation policies like Safe Routes to School, Earth Day Network’s Green Schools Program was out in the real world promoting sustainable transportation solutions.Read More
“Slowly but surely, environmental and conservation advocates are realizing that the answer to their slipping influence may be the burgeoning Latino community…”
Kathleen Rogers, president of Earth Day Network, and Antonio Gonzalez, president of Southwest Voter Registration Education Project, have co-authored a Huffington Post piece on the importance of Latinos to the environmental movement.Read More