Earth Day Network Blog Updates
What is the most effective way to communicate climate change? That was the central question posed at Communication for Climate Change 2.0, a roundtable discussion featuring clean energy experts, nonprofit leaders and advocates, sociologists and climate scholars. Rachel Kyte, Vice President and special envoy for Climate Change at the World Bank, summed the problem this way, “The world is still telling a story of fright, and threat, and risk.”Read More
Are you a “biophiliac”? If you’re reading this and happen to be human, you probably are.Read More
YSA (Youth Service America), organizer of Global Youth Service Day, partners with Earth Day each year to encourage young people to participate in environmental volunteer projects. Established in 1988, Global Youth Service Day (GYSD) celebrates and mobilizes the millions of young people who improve their communities through service. GYSD is the largest service event in the world and the only one dedicated to the contributions that children and youth make 365 days of the year.Read More
It’s no secret: there’s no silver bullet to address climate change. Any solution will draw on a myriad of tools, stakeholders and innovations to minimize our impact on the planet. Some players make an immediate impact and others set in motion a longer revolution.Read More
The new Congress has demonstrated that they are so committed to stopping sustainability measures that they are even willing to attack the military budget to do so.
Criticizing or defunding the military is considered to be a third-rail political topic by both major parties in American politics, yet a budget introduced in late March by the House of Representatives calls to cut DOD and CIA programs which study global warming and its impacts on national security.Read More
Earth Day will be celebrated worldwide, and this year, Iraqi Green Peace Org will be partnering up with Earth Day Network again. Iraqi Green Peace Org will carry on their effort to raising environmental awareness by working with the students to design and sell 500 T-shirts and planting 500 olive trees for Earth Day 2015.Read More
Even if you never received that golden ticket, you can still glimpse a magic world.
This spring you can wander through a landscape equal parts Alice’s Wonderland and Willy Wonka’s candy playground, conveniently relocated to the National Mall. Step inside, stroll through a bright landscape, a virtual wood where a long river winds through wide fields dotted with colorful, sculpted trees, and fruit bigger than your head!Read More