Earth Day Network Blog Updates
Today, the first of February, United States Senator John Kerry will assume the office of Secretary of State in the Obama administration. Secretary of State Kerry not only brings to the president’s cabinet years of experience in foreign relations, but he also possesses an immense understanding of environmental issues, especially climate change.Read More
Earth Day Network-India teamed up with the prestigious Calcutta School of Music to present “Earth Notes,” an environmentally-themed classical music concert. The event was held on January 20, 2013, at the school’s Sandre Hall; and it turned out to be one of the school’s most successful events, according to its president, Dickoo Nowroji.Read More
A recently-released study by the NAACP found that the United States is home to 75 coal-fired power plants that contribute extensively to environmental and public health hazards in disadvantaged communities and communities of color.Read More
There’s only ONE MONTH left to enter the Healthy and Sustainable School Food Journalism Awards competition!
Here are the basics:Read More
This week, Earth Day Network-India announced Earth Reel – a film competition to awaken interest in the environment and build awareness among Indian youth about critical environmental issues.
The competition has been developed keeping in mind the strong influence the film medium has on young minds, coupled with the belief that youth can play a major role in spreading awareness about the many environmental problems the world faces today.Read More
Earth Day Network recently completed the installation of an outdoor classroom at Yu Ying PCS Public Charter School in Washington, D.C. The facility – a storm water pond observation deck with benches and a trough for collecting water samples – will also bolster the school’s application for the U.S. Department of Education’s Green Ribbon School Award.Read More