Earth Day Network Blog Updates
On Saturday, April 6th, Earth Day Network presented the Earth Month Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Fair at Union Station in Washington, DC. Open to all DC students in grades 6-12, the STEM Fair showcased 34 impressive projects. In the end, twelve winners were chosen to receive awards in what was an exciting and successful event!Read More
As Earth Day approaches, excitement builds at the thought of the world uniting around a day of environmental service and awareness. But one day a year is not sufficient to combat the environmental challenges we are faced with. One of the primary ways our country has sought to make Earth Day, every day is through funding national environmental education programs for young and old alike.Read More
Your Faces of Climate Change continue to inspire us! Dozens of photos are rolling in every day, reflecting the massive challenge that climate change presents and the efforts that are underway around the globe to tackle this challenge.
Here are some new highlights:
Today, Earth Day Network is proud to announce the winners of the first-annual Healthy and Sustainable School Food Journalism Awards!Read More
We continue to receive dozens of powerful images every day—each one showing a slightly different interpretation of The Face of Climate Change.
Here are some recent highlights:
The Face of Climate Change is in Inner Mongolia, China. Once a fertile area that relied upon forestry and agriculture, Inner Mongolia has fallen victim to desertification, crippling the local economy.
Campuses around the world have been stepping up to participate in The Face of Climate Change. We’ve received some great student #faceofclimate photos from places as far-flung as Taiwan, Iran, Costa Rica, and the USA. Check out these awesome photos, and send us yours! We want at least 200 campuses represented on The Face of Climate Change wall by Earth Day – April 22nd!Read More
The Faces of Climate Change continue to come forth from all corners of the globe! Thanks to all those who have shared stories of how climate change has affected them and what they are doing to fight it.
Here are some recent highlights:
At Mount Cook, New Zealand, the Face of Climate Change is the face of a mountaineer. In the midst of what is usually prime mountaineering season, the glaciers are melting at a surprisingly fast rate this year, creating impassable crevasses and limiting the number of peaks that can be summited.Read More
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) recently proposed a new rule for the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010. The new rule offers updated nutrition standards for snacks and beverages sold in schools through vending machines, a la carte, and school stores. The “Smart Snacks in Schools” rule hopes to limit the amount of nutritionally-poor foods and beverages that are still widely available in schools, such as sugary drinks and sodas.Read More
The Face of Climate Change is off to a great start! We’re receiving dozens of photos every day – photos of the impact that climate change is having on people, animals, and beloved places, photos of the extraordinary efforts of individuals to fight climate change, and photos of the concerned faces of people around the globe.Read More